The default response file
Response files provide input parameters for silent installations of HCL Connections.
Where to get the response file, depending on your operating system
The default response file for Linux™ is called LC.rsp and is located in the HCL Connections set-up directory. You can edit this file and use it as input for a silent installation.
Note: HCL does not provide a default response file on Windows because it is more convenient if you to generate the file yourself. For information about generating a response file, see the Creating a response file topic.
Instead of generating a new response file, you can edit the default response file that is provided with the product. However, if you edit the default response file, you need to add encrypted passwords to the file. For more information, see the Creating encrypted passwords for a response file topic.
- Using the default response file
Use the default response file to specify silent installation parameters for your environment.
- Creating a response file
Use a response file to install, modify, update, or uninstall HCL Connections without user interaction.
- Creating encrypted passwords for a response file
Add encrypted passwords to your edited version of the default response file.
Parent topic:Installing silently