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Installing Control Room on Microsoft Windows Server using scripts

  • Updated: 2022/03/04
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Install
    • RPA Workspace

Installing Control Room on Microsoft Windows Server using scripts

Silent Control Room installation, also known as unattended installation, uses a customized script for a full setup or the command line for a hot fix patch. Silent install runs the entire installation process in the background without requiring user interaction or displaying messages.

Prerequisites

To perform this task, you must be a Control Room administrator and have the required rights and permissions.

  • Disable the User Access Control (UAC) on host VM for Control Room.
  • Verify Automation 360 On-Premises prerequisites.
  • Ensure that you have the following:
    • Automation Anywhere Control Room installation file
    • TLS certificate
    • License file
  • Create a Powershell script.

    See the installation parameters and sample scripts.

  • Run the script in Powershell.

Procedure

  1. Review the parameters and identify the settings you require.
    • Control Room installation parameters
      Variable name Description

      AA_CRCLUSTERCONFIG

      if AA_SETCLUSTERMODE=1 then cluster IP comma separated

      AA_CRDBPORT

      Control Room database port. Default value is 1433

      AA_CRDBSSLMODE

      Secure SQL connection

      AA_CRFORCEHTTPSCONFIG=" "

      --

      AA_CRFORCETOHTTPS="1"

      Force traffic from HTTP to HTTPS

      AA_CRHTTPPORT

      Control Room HTTP port. Default is 5432
      AA_CRHTTPSPORT Control Room HTTPS port
      AA_CRLISTENPORT Web server port. Default value is 80
      AA_CRSERVICECONFIRMPASSWD If AA_CRSETLOCALSERVICECRED= 0, then confirm password