How to: Install Integration Services from the Command Prompt
SQL Server 2005 Integration Services (SSIS) can be installed through use of the SQL Server Installation Wizard, or at the command prompt. The Installation Wizard provides a graphical user interface that guides you through each installation decision, and is the preferred method for most users. Command prompt installations are for advanced scenarios such as remote and silent installations; they can be run directly at the command prompt, or from command prompt syntax that references an .ini file to specify installation options.
This topic and the other Integration Services installation how-to topics in this section focus only on installation options specific to Integration Services, but provide links to other topics that provide additional coverage of SQL Server installation.
To install Integration Services from the command prompt
Choose whether to specify setup options at the command prompt or in an .ini file. For more information about how to use an .ini file to specify these options, see How to: Install SQL Server 2005 from the Command Prompt.
Start Setup.exe at the command prompt and provide the required selections at the command prompt or in an .ini file as described in How to: Install SQL Server 2005 from the Command Prompt. Review Installing SQL Server Integration Services from the Command Prompt for information about the installation options specific to Integration Services.