Installing in silent mode on Windows operating systems

Follow these steps to perform an automated installation of the IBM Traveler server.


  1. Locate the IBM Traveler installation application.
  2. Verify the settings in the file, using Table 1. On Windows , create this file or use the sample included on any previous install of IBM Traveler in the <Domino program dir>/Traveler/response directory.
  3. Run the following command: installer.exe -i SILENT -l locale -f Locale values are provided in Table 2.
  4. Important: To determine if the installation succeeded, you must review the installation logs. First, check DOMINO_DATA_DIRECTORY_1/IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT/traveler/logs/TravelerInstall.log for any warnings or recoverable errors. If this file does not exist or the timestamp is old, then likely a unrecoverable error occurred. All unrecoverable errors are written to InstallError.log in the directory containing the installation application.
    Note: When an installation is a silent installation, then the uninstall operation is silent by default. A silent uninstallation does not require a properties file; it uninstalls all IBM Traveler files from all Domino® partitions in which they were installed.
    Table 1. Installer properties
    Property Choices Description


    true | false

    Set to true if you agree to the terms of the license agreement. If set to false, the application is not installed.


    Fully qualified path

    Path to the IBM® Domino® program directory, where the nserver.exe file exists.


    Fully qualified path

    Path to the Domino® data directory, where names.nsf exists.

    Note: If you are using a partitioned Domino® installation, specify additional partitions by incrementing this parameter. For example, for a second partition, specify DOMINO_DATA_DIRECTORY_2=Fully-qualified path.


    Fully qualified path

    Path to the notes.ini file for this instance of the Domino® server.

    Note: If you are using a partitioned Domino® installation, specify additional notes.ini files corresponding to data directories by incrementing this parameter. For example, for a second directory, specify DOMINO_NOTESINI_DIRECTORY_2=Fully-qualified path.


    8.5.3 | 9.0.0 | 9.0.1

    This parameter should not be required. The installed Domino version should be auto detected. Set this parameter if for some reason the auto detection is not working as expected and you want to force the IBM Traveler server to use the defined Domino version during install.


    Fully qualified path

    The fully qualified URL that IBM Traveler clients use to connect to the IBM Traveler server. This URL is either the address of the server or a proxy server. If this URL is currently unknown, it should be configured on the IBM® Traveler tab of the Domino® server document later.

    It is recommended that clients always communicate with the IBM Traveler Server over a secure connection. Consider specifying SSL communications by using a URL that begins with https://. Note that SSL must be setup and configured on the target server before clients can communicate with the IBM Traveler server.


    0 | 1

    When set to 1 during startup, IBM Traveler sets the user home page as the default website for the Domino® server. This location is a useful starting place for users because it provides status information, links to client software, and user management options.

    If the IBM Traveler user home page is set as the default, it can be viewed by pointing any device browser to http://hostname. If the user home page is not set as the default, it can be viewed by pointing any device browser to http://hostname/servlet/traveler. This setting takes effect the first time IBM Traveler is started and can be changed manually at a later time.


    true | false

    This optional property applies only to downgrade installations. If a newer version is already installed, false is the default value and the installation is not allowed. Set to true to override the default and downgrade the IBM Traveler server using silent installation.

    Table 2. Locale values
    Language Value
    Brazilian Portuguese pt_BR
    Catalan ca
    Czech cs
    Danish da
    Dutch nl
    English (default) en
    Finnish fi
    French fr
    German de
    Greek el
    Hungarian hu
    Italian it
    Japanese ja
    Korean ko
    Polish pl
    Portuguese pt
    Russian ru
    Simplified Chinese zh_CN
    Slovak sk
    Slovenian sl
    Spanish es
    Swedish sv
    Thai th
    Traditional Chinese zh_TW
    Turkish tr