To install Session Recording Agent on multiple servers, write a script that uses silent installation.
The following command line installs the Session Recording Agent and creates a log file to capture the install information.
msiexec /i SessionRecordingAgentx64.msi sessionrecordingservername=yourservername sessionrecordingbrokerprotoco=yourbrokerprotocol sessionrecordingbrokerport=yourbrokerport /l*v yourinstallationlog /q
yourservername is the NetBIOS name or FQDN of the computer hosting the Session Recording Server. If not specified, this value defaults to localhost.
yourbrokerprotocol is either HTTP or HTTPS, and represents the protocol that Session Recording Agent uses to communicate with Session Recording Broker; this value defaults to HTTPS if not specified.
yourbrokerport is an integer representing the port Session Recording Agent uses to communicate with Session Recording Broker. If not specified, this value defaults to zero, which directs Session Recording Agent to use the default port number for the selected protocol: 80 for HTTP or 443 for HTTPS.
/l*v specifies verbose mode logging
yourinstallationlog is the location of the setup log file created.
/q specifies quiet mode.