Administrative Installation

An administrative installation copies a source image of Z and I Emulator for Windows installation files onto a network drive. The resulting location of this source image is called the installation point. After you complete an administrative installation, any user connected to the network can install Z and I Emulator for Windows to their own workstation by pointing to the installation point and running the setup. An administrative installation offers two installation choices to users:

To begin an administrative installation, disable the AutoPlay function on your system or simply close the Z and I Emulator for Windows welcome window when it opens. With the installation image in the drive:

  1. Open a command prompt and switch to the Z and I Emulator for Windows installation directory by typing
    E:

    where E: is the installation image drive.

  2. At the command prompt, enter:
  3. From this directory, type
    setup.exe /a
  4. The Windows Installer welcome dialog for Z and I Emulator for Windows opens. Click Next to continue with the installation.
  5. The License Agreement dialog opens. Click the button to accept the terms of agreement. You can print the license agreement by clicking Print. If you decline the license agreement, the installation process terminates. Click Next to continue.
    Note:
    Windows administrators have the option to accept the license agreement on behalf of all users. This allows users who install Z and I Emulator for Windows from the network server to skip the license agreement window during installation.
  6. The Network Location dialog opens. You can type the desired network installation point in the command line or click Change to browse for a location.
  7. Click Install to complete the installation process.
Note:
To remove the source image of Z and I Emulator for Windows from your network server you must manually delete the source image directory from the network location.

Installing from Network Server

After the administrative installation is complete, any user connected to the network can install Z and I Emulator for Windows from the network server. To install from the network server:

  1. Click Run... on the Windows Start menu.
  2. Type
    X:\MyLocation\setup.exe

    in the command line (where X: is your network server and MyLocation is the installation point designated in the administrative installation) or click Browse to browse for the location on the network.

  3. The Windows Installer welcome dialog opens. Proceed with the installation as described in .

Installing to Run from Source, Where Source Medium Is a Network Server

After the administrative installation is complete, any user connected to the network can install Z and I Emulator for Windows to their workstation and designate any available features to run from source, where source medium is a network server (see Feature Selection for a description of available features). In this scenario, feature shortcuts are placed on the Z and I Emulator for Windows menu. To install and run from the network server:

  1. Click Run... on the Windows Start menu.
  2. Type
    X:\MyLocation\setup.exe

    in the command line (where X: is your network server and MyLocation is the installation point designated in the administrative installation) or click Browse to browse for the location on the network.

  3. The Windows Installer welcome dialog opens. Proceed with the installation as described in , selecting Custom as your setup type.
  4. In the Feature Selection dialog, click on the icon to the right of a desired feature to view its available installation options.
  5. To select the feature to run from the network server, click on one of the following two options:
  6. After making feature selection choices, proceed with the installation as described in Custom Installation.
Note:
If you choose to run from source, all subfeatures are available, regardless of which subfeatures were selected or deselected using the feature tree.