Deployment Tip Summary
Command lines KeePass-x.xx-Setup.exe /silent (shows progress, but no user interaction) KeePass-x.xx-Setup.exe /verysilent (completely silent)
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The KeePass development team provides an installer, which copies KeePass to your hard disk, creates shortcuts in the start menu and associates KDBX files with KeePass, if desired.
Additionally, KeePass is automatically configured to store its settings in the application data directory of the current user. This way multiple users can use one KeePass installation without overwriting each other's settings (each user has his own configuration file). The setup program must run with administrative rights, however KeePass runs fine without administrative rights once it is installed.
To install KeePass, run the KeePass-2.xx-Setup.exe file and follow the wizard.
Run the KeePass-2.xx-Setup.exe file. You do not need to uninstall the old version first. Your configuration options will not be lost.
In order to uninstall KeePass, run the uninstallation program, which is accessible by a shortcut in the start menu folder of KeePass, or in the program section of the system control panel. If you also want to remove your configuration settings, you need to delete the configuration file in the application data directory of your user profile, see Configuration.
The KeePass installer KeePass-2.xx-Setup.exe supports command line switches for silent installation, i.e. the program gets installed without asking the user for target directory or association options. The default settings of the installer are used.
The /SILENT command line switch performs a silent installation and shows a status dialog during the setup process. No questions will be asked though.
The /VERYSILENT command line switch performs a silent installation and does not show a status dialog during the setup process.
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