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I have Windows Server 2008 R2 Core on virtual machine and want to install SQL Server Integration Services. On the D:/ drive SQL Server 2014 Enterprise .iso is mount.

I am reading a book where it is said that:

You can use the Setup.exe command-line utility to add SSIS to an existing installation on both traditional and Server Core deployments of SQL Server 2012. For example, to add the SSIS feature to the default MSSQLSERVER instance, run the following command:

Setup.exe /qs /Action=Install /Features=IS /InstanceName=MSSQLServer
/IAcceptSQLServerLicenseTerms

but I am getting the following errors:

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Could anyone tell what I am doing wrong?

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This is from the Administering Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Database book. Make sure you have the initial SQL Server engine installed. Your syntax is exactly right though. I went through it again 10 minutes ago.

Also your ISO is from SQL Server 2014. Try mounting the SQL Server 2012 version.

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SQL Server Setup Control /QS: Optional Specifies that Setup runs and shows progress through the UI, but does not accept any input or show any error messages.

/QS is Upper case

You should use Upper case for all parameters since they are all Upper cases: Install SQL Server 2014 from the Command Prompt

/QS Specifies that Setup runs and shows progress through the UI, but does not accept any input or show any error messages.

I think you should use /Q + /INDICATEPROGRESS:

Setup.exe /Q /ACTION=Install /FEATURES=IS /INSTANCENAME=MSSQLServer /IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS /INDICATEPROGRESS

All the output will be shown on the command line.

  • I get the same error message this time saying [\QS] is unknown. – gotqn Sep 29 '15 at 16:06
  • did you put a backslash ? \QS or /QS ? – Julien Vavasseur Sep 30 '15 at 8:40
  • Still not working and still getting the same error but about /Q – gotqn Oct 14 '15 at 17:05
  • Let me check again later next week. I don't have a core server with me right now. – Julien Vavasseur Oct 15 '15 at 12:33

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