8. CONFIGURATION

8.1. User Interface Preferences

 
Interface language: The list of available languages from which users can select the display language of PickMeApp user interface.
 
The log and hint bars may be turned off. Logs will still be created in the background and saved in log files.

8.2. Network Preferences

In the Settings window, you can configure your proxy server, if you need one to get through your company's firewall.

8.3. Automatic Updates configuration

You can enable an automatic check for PickMeApp updates, and specify the manner in which the check will proceed.
 
There is also an option to rollback to a previous PickMeApp version.

8.4. Advanced options

You can enable capture and installation of an application with the current custom user settings. This is an experimental feature.

To make application capture safer you can disable capturing of applications that are currently run.

To make an installation process quicker you may disable a PickMeapp checking integrity of installed applications.
Note: some of applications are fixed automatically by PickMeApp during that test.

8.5. PickMeApp Command Line Interface

 

You can work with the PickMeApp using command line.  PickMeApp supports the following convention

  pickmeapp.exe  <command> <argument>

 Commands   
  /l    receive list of installed software
  /g   capture application
  /i     install application
  /u   uninstall application

Examples:
   pickmeapp.exe /l

The example above creates PMAOutput.txt file in the PickMeApp folder.
This file contains ID of installed applications and corresponding software names.

Example of the PMAOutput.txt:

{90140000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}    Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010
{90140000-00A1-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}    Microsoft Office OneNote MUI (English) 2010
 …

PickMeApp uses software ID instead of software names, so you should use this file to select software to work with.

    pickmeapp.exe /g {90140000-001A-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}    Outlook.tap capture.log

The example above
  - captures the Microsoft Outlook application (using  number {90140000-001A-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}
  - creates the Outlook.tap file with captured application.
  - creates the capture.log file

   pickmeapp.exe /u {90140000-001A-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE} uninstall.log

The example above uninstalls  the Microsoft Outlook application (by its number {90140000-001A-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}  from the PC.  Note Run backup or recapture this application to be able to restore it and its data in any time.

   pickmeapp.exe /i Outlook.tap install.log

The example above
 -installs application captured before inside the TAP file
 -creates the install.log file.