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Unattended Reconfiguration


Unattended Reconfiguration

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It is possible to do an Unattended Reconfigure of the K2 Server. This can be very helpful for changing the password on multiple servers or client components.

Before You Begin

You need an Answer File which holds all of the values. This can be created with the following command in the Command Prompt. You will need to be in the Setup folder of the K2 Blackpearl folder. 

setup.exe /configcomps:configuration /output:"MyFileName"

How-to Steps

Once you have the Answer File, make any changes you want to it. Once all the changes have been done, simply run the following command from the command prompt. You will need to be in the Setup folder of the K2 Blackpearl Folder.

Setup.exe /config:MyFileName /loglevel:YourLogLevel
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