I'm trying to deploy
MS SQL Server 2017 Developer Edition via command-line script from a server share that holds the install media onto Windows 10 1803 (June release). However, I'm not having much luck. I'm pushing the script to the individual clients from a KACE "KBox" K1000 running the latest version (9.0.270). The installer fails at the get-go because it thinks I'm trying to install a feature not supported by the version of SQL Server. However, I got my information from Microsoft. I'm at a loss because I can't find documentation on the errors that are being reported.
Here's a snip of the Output Log generated at run-time on the "KBox":
I tried removing all references to AS and IS in the command statement, so that it would read:
\\AppServerBox\SQLServer2017Media\Developer_ENU\SETUP.EXE /QS /IACCEPTSQLSERVERLICENSETERMS /ACTION=Install /ENU=True /FEATURES=SQL,Tools /UpdateEnabled=0 /INSTANCENAME=MSSQLSERVER /SQLSVCACCOUNT="NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE" /SQLSVCSTARTUPTYPE=Automatic /SQLSYSADMINACCOUNTS="\Everyone" /AGTSVCACCOUNT="NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE" /AGTSVCSTARTUPTYPE=Automatic /SECURITYMODE=SQL /SAPWD="password"
and ran it in an elevated command prompt, directly on the client, and got this error again:
Some documentation said that Java JRE [1.7 or 1.8] is necessary, so I installed 1.8. This didn't seem to help. I keep getting the same error. Hopefully, someone can help resolve this issue before it's too late. Classes will be starting soon.