TCAM installation and configuration from command line

To install TCAM from the command line, download the setup file from NAM Downloads, Thin Client Analysis Module  section.

Copy the setup file to the Citrix server.

  • For a 32-bit system, copy TCAM_x86.msi
  • For a 64-bit system, copy TCAM_x64.msi

On the Citrix server, launch the Windows Command Prompt with administrative rights.

In Windows, select Start ► All Programs ► Accessories.

Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.

Issue the appropriate command for your operating system:

  • For a 32-bit system:
    msiexec /i TCAM_x86.msi /qn /L*v [PATH_TO_STORE_LOGS]\TCAM_install.log PAMD="IP_of_performance_amd" AMD1="IP_of_mapping_amd" AMD2="IP_of_mapping_amd" AMD3="IP_of_mapping_amd" AMD4="IP_of_mapping_amd" REBOOT_ACCEPTED="yes"  
    
  • For a 64-bit system:
    msiexec /i TCAM_x64.msi /qn /L*v [PATH_TO_STORE_LOGS]\TCAM_install.log PAMD="IP_of_performance_amd" AMD1="IP_of_mapping_amd" AMD2="IP_of_mapping_amd" AMD3="IP_of_mapping_amd"  AMD4="IP_of_mapping_amd" REBOOT_ACCEPTED="yes"  
    

Note that this syntax enables you to define up to four NAM Probes (AMD1, AMD2, AMD3, AMD4) as application mapping receivers. Example:

msiexec /i TCAM_x86.msi /qn PAMD=10.102.10.50 AMD1=10.102.10.50 AMD2=10.102.177.2  

In this example, TCAM is installed on a 32-bit system, where PAMD=10.102.10.50 says that the NAM Probe with IP address 10.102.10.50 is the performance data receiver, and AMD1=10.102.10.50 AMD2=10.102.177.2 says that the two NAM Probes at IP addresses 10.102.10.50 and 10.102.177.2 are application mapping data receivers.

Installing TCAM in a custom directory

You can also install TCAM in a directory of your choice To do that, use the INSTALLDIR option. For example:

msiexec /i TCAM_x64.msi PAMD="193.91.161.97" AMD1="193.91.161.97" INSTALLDIR="C:\TCAM" /qn

Restart if needed.

  • Restart is not needed if this is a new installation (not an upgrade).

  • Restart is not needed if this is an upgrade to an installation on a system where LSP mode was turned off. (LSP was a monitoring mode in earlier releases of TCAM. It is no longer part of the TCAM software.)

  • Restart is needed if this is an upgrade to an installation on a system where LSP mode (in legacy software only) was turned on.