Custom Installation

Though the default feature selection for a custom setup is the same as for a typical setup, a custom configuration allows you to modify feature selection for your system. To continue with the custom installation setup:
  1. Click the button to choose Custom setup type. Click Next to continue.
  2. The English language product is automatically installed. Only the system default language locale and English are default. Select any additional languages that you want to install. Click Next to continue. A panel appears, indicating that Z and I Emulator for Windows is computing the disk space requirements.
    Note: Once the installation has passed this point, you cannot change the installation type. You would then need to cancel the installation on the Application Data panel, and begin a new installation.
  3. The Custom setup dialog opens and asks you to select the program features that you want to install. Some features have subfeatures available. To view the subfeatures for a particular feature, click the plus sign (+) to the left of the feature name.

    Included in the Custom Setup window are Feature Descriptions. You can view the description of any feature by clicking on that feature and then reading the description section to the right of the feature selection tree. The feature description gives basic information about each feature, as well as the disk space required for installation. For more detailed information on disk space requirements for each feature, click the Disk Space button. For a description of available features, see Feature Selection. For a description of feature installation options, see Feature Installation Options.

  4. From the Custom Setup dialog, you can change the directory where Z and I Emulator for Windows is installed. Click the Change button to choose another installation directory.
  5. After making your feature selection choices and confirming the installation directory, click Next to continue with the installation.
    Note: If there is not enough space on the destination drive, you are prompted to choose another location.
  6. The Application Data Location dialog opens. Select from the following application data location options:
    • User's application data folder ([UserProfile]\Application Data)
    • All users' common application data folder (All Users\Application Data)
    • Classic private directory
    See Typical Installation for information on the profile paths used for each application data location. For more information about the location of application data, including workstation profiles, refer to Quick Beginnings. Click Next to continue.
  7. The Automatic Migration Options dialog opens. By default, the Automatic Migration of Profiles box is checked. If you clear this check box, no migration occurs. The migration choices that are available to you are based on the information that you provided in the Application Data Location dialog. For information on the Application Data Location dialog, see ilhd.html#ilhd.

    By default, the highest level of migration available for your application data location is selected. This is the recommended level of migration for your configuration. You can proceed with the installation using the default migration option, or you can choose another level of migration. For a description of the different levels of migration available for each Application Data Location, see migrateopt.html#migrateopt.

    Click Next to continue with the installation.

  8. The Ready to Install dialog opens. Click Install to complete the installation.