Download the required Zend Core installation file from the Zend Core download site (http://www.zend.com/en/products/core/downloads).
Copy the Zend Core installation file to the server.
Create a file called answers.ini by copy-pasting the text in Appendix A - Windows Unattended Installation Text (see end of Installation Guide).
Edit the installation parameters
according to your requirements.
If your run the file with the settings defined in the default answers. ini file, the following will be applied by default:
The following components WILL be installed by default:
Zend Framework - Zend's high-quality open source Framework. See http://framework.zend.com for more details.
Zend's Bundled Apache - Apache 2.2.4.
Oracle Client - Oracle Instant Client Libraries. These are necessary for connecting to your Oracle Database via the oci8 and pdo_oci extensions.
The following components will NOT be installed by default:
MySQL Database - The MySQL 5 Database.
phpMyAdmin - The MySQL database administration GUI. This will be added as an extra tab to your Zend Core Web GUI. See http://www.phpmyadmin.net for more information.
The MySQL Database cannot be installed using the unattended installation process. To install it, run a manual attended installation (see below), or use the Zend Updater to install the extra components after the initial Zend Core installation.
Port 80 will be used by Zend's Apache.
The Zend Core Administration Web GUI password will be "password".
In your CLI, run the following command:
<Zend_Core_Setup_File_Name>.exe --unattended <location_of_answers.ini>\answers.ini
e.g: ZendCore-2.5.0-Windows-x86.exe --unattended C:\answers.ini
Zend Core will be automatically
installed with the settings defined in the answers.ini file.
Dialogs will appear indicating your installation's progress.
See the 'Getting Started' section for information on getting started with Zend Core