Automating WASP installation

As you will have noticed if you’ve been following along with the tutorials, WASP displays a message box when you successfully install an instance of the service or install the performance counters. This is less than ideal for automated installations and so you can add the /noMessages command line argument to these operations to give you an installation which does not require a user to acknowledge the message box.

If you need to automate the installation of one or more instances of WASP and/or the performance counters you can using /noMessages.