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Parameter details

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Overview

The following table describes the parameters used during IMD.

Parameter type Name Use Value

Mass deployment token

TOKENV2 (for Windows)
--token (for Mac)

Mandatory

The mass deployment token generated for IMD.

inSync server IP address and port number

SERVERLIST (for Windows)
--master (for Mac)

Mandatory

The IP address and the backup/sync port of the inSync Server.
For example:
cloud.druva.com:443
govcloud.druva.com:443

Use of system proxy settings

 

SYSTEM_PROXY (for Windows)

--system-proxy (for Mac)

 

Optional

1, if system proxy settings must be used.

Static proxy server details

PROXY_SERVER (for Windows)
PROXY_TYPE (for Windows)

--proxy-server (for Mac)

--proxy-type(for Mac)

Optional

PROXY_SERVER contains the IP address and port number of the static proxy server. Example: 192.168.54.100:1080
PROXY_TYPE can either be http, socks4, or socks5.

WPAD URL details

WPAD_URL (for Windows)
PROXY_TYPE (for Windows)

--wpad-url (for Mac)

--proxy-type (for Mac)

 Optional

WPAD_URL contains the URL of the WPAD location.

Based on your requirement, specify one of the following values for WPAD_URL:

- If you want inSync client to use a specific, company internal, url to fetch the PAC file, specify WPAD_URL= http://<internalserver-company>.com/wpad.dat
This url is accessible only internally in the company's LAN.

- If you want inSync client to automatically detect URL of the WPAD location, specify
WPAD_URL="AUTO"
inSync uses the
http://wpad/wpad.dat URL to fetch the PAC file.

PROXY_TYPE can either be http, socks4, or socks5

Forces inSync Client to use system's certificates

FORCE_SYSTEM_CERTS (for Windows)

--force-system-certs (for Mac)

Optional

FORCE_SYSTEM_CERTS is a parameter that will direct inSync Client to use the system's certificates for validation of inSync server's validation.

Default value of the parameter is NO.

Set this parameter to YES if you have MITM proxy configured in your environment. 

inSync Share folder location

USERSHAREHOME (for Windows)

--syncshare-path (for Mac)

Optional

The path to the folder where the inSync Share folder will be created. For Windows OS, if the path contains a space, you must use three double quotes around the path.
Example: """E:\parent folder"""
 

Note:

  • You cannot use system variables in the path.
  • The destination folder must exist in the user devices.
  • The destination folder must not contain a folder named inSync Share.
  • The user must have write access to the destination folder.

    If these conditions are not met, the inSync Share folder is created in the default location.

Replace the existing device of the user

REPLACE_DEVICE (for Windows)

--replace-device (for Mac)

Optional

If this parameter is set to Yes, the device will replace the existing device of the user. 

Restore System, App settings

RESTORE_SYSTEM_
SETTINGS (for Windows)

--restore-system-settings (for Mac)

Optional

 

If this parameter is set to Yes, the system settings from the existing device will be restored on the new device.

If this parameter is set to No, the system settings from the existing device will not be restored on the new device.

Note:

  • You cannot restore system settings to a different OS platform. For example, you cannot restore from a Mac device to a Windows device. However, you can restore system settings from one version of an OS to a higher version of an OS. For example, you can restore system settings from a Windows 7 device to a Windows 8 device.
  • This parameter works if the user has only one device or laptop.

Restore data from an existing device of the user

 

RESTORE_DATA (for Windows)

--restore-data (for Mac)

Optional

If this parameter is set to Yes, the data backed up from the existing device will be restored on the new device. This works only if the user has one device and the new device has the same OS as the existing one.
If this parameter is set to No, the data backed up from the existing device will not be restored on the new device.

 

inSync CloudCache Server ID

 

CACHESERVERID (forw Windows)

--cacheserver (for Mac)

Optional

 

The inSync CloudCache Server ID to which you want to map users.
To obtain the CloudCache Server ID:

  1. On the inSync Master Management Console menu bar, click Manage > CloudCache Servers.
  2. Click the link of the CloudCache Server for which you want to obtain the ID. The CloudCache Server Information area displays the CloudCache Server ID.

Note: If a CloudCache mapping is configured to automatically assign new users to a CloudCache Server, it is given higher preference than this parameter.

inSync CloudCache Backup Settings

 

CACHEFULLBLOCK (for Windows)

--cache-full-block (for Mac)

Optional

If you want to back up data to inSync Cloud when inSync CloudCache Server runs out of disk space, set this parameter to no.

If you do not want to back up data to inSync Cloud when the inSync CloudCache Server runs out of disk space, set this parameter to yes. If you set this parameter to yes and inSync CloudCache Server runs out of disk space, backup operations fail.

Hide the inSync client shortcut from appearing on the Desktop and in the notification area

HEADLESS (for Windows)

Optional

If you want to hide the inSync client shortcut from appearing on the Desktop and in the notification area, set this parameter to 1.

Install the inSync client in a specific language

LANGUAGE (for Windows)

Optional

You can install the inSync client in one of the following languages:
French (fr), German (de), English (en), Japanese (ja).

Check inSync client activation on user device

ACTIVATION_CHECK (for Windows)

Optional

If this parameter is set to YES, a check is performed for successful activation of the inSync client on the user device.
If the inSync client activation

  • Is successful - The installation is successful. You get an installation success message for that particular user.
  • Fails - The installation fails. You get an installation failed message for that particular user. You must run the inSync client installation process again for such users. By default, the parameter is set to NO.
Note:
  • This parameter is applicable only for the devices running on the Windows operating system.
  • If multiple users are logged on their devices, and if inSync client activation on any of the user device is successful, the installation process is successful.

Timeout interval for inSync client activation

ACTIVATION_TIMEOUT (for Windows)

Optional

This parameter specifies the timeout period, value in seconds, before which the inSync client must be activated after its installation on a device.
If the inSync client is not activated before the time specified, the installation fails.
Default timeout value is 300 seconds.

Note: This parameter is applicable only for the devices running on the Windows operating system.

Remove inSync Client configuration on user devices

CLEAR_CLIENT_CONFIGURATION (for Windows)

Optional

This parameter specifies whether the inSync Client configuration should be removed from the user devices during the inSync Client uninstallation process.
Set the parameter value to YES to remove the inSync Client configuration, while uninstalling the inSync Client .
By default, the parameter is set to NO.

Note: For more information on the RESTORE_DEVICE, RESTORE_SYSTEM_SETTINGS, and RESTORE_DATA options, see Persona backup and OS migration.