UiPath Installation and Upgrade

The UiPath Installation and Upgrade Guide

Command Line Parameters

Installation Command Line Arguments Descriptions

It is possible to install or update Task Mining using the below-mentioned command lines if you have the task-mining-setup.msi installer. The table below lists all the available parameters you can use.



Setup command-line arguments cannot be used and do not work on task-mining-setup.exe.
This package natively supports all msiexec commands.
Administrator rights are required to execute these commands.




Install Options


Used for normal installation.


Used for administrative installation


Used to uninstall the package


Used to change the installation directory


Used to install the application with the service URL pre-set.

Display Options


quiet mode


unattended mode


Set the User Interface level as follows:
f - Full User Interface(default)
b - Basic User Interface
r - Reduced User Interface
n - No User Interface

Restart Options


The machine will not be restarted after the installation is completed.


The user will be prompted if a reboot is required


The machine will be restarted after the installation is complete

Application Command Line Arguments Descriptions

Task Mining’s executable file accepts the following CLI argument:



  • These arguments are used in .msi installation when the installer is called with the LICENSECODE argument.
  • By using it, Task Mining is called silently without opening other windows.


:white-check-mark: Some actions available for the MSI version may require Admin rights.

The executable file name is Task Mining.exe and, depending on the installation type is locates in:

  • %localappdata%/Programs/task-mining folder for the .exe installer;
  • %programfiles%/UiPath/Task Mining the default folder for .msi installer.

:white-check-mark: Since the name of the file and folders contain space, don’t forget to wrap the path of the executable file in double-quotes.

Updated 17 days ago

Command Line Parameters

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