PhpStorm is a PHP IDE for working with Symfony, Laravel, Drupal, WordPress, Laminas, Magento, Joomla!, CakePHP, Yii, and other frameworks. This article will serve as an informative guide and give you a clear understanding of how to perform a silent installation of PhpStorm 2022 from the command line using the EXE installer.
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Create a PhpStorm 2022 Installation Log File
The PhpStorm installer offers the option to generate a log file during installation to assist with troubleshooting should any problems arise. You can use the following commands to create a verbose log file with details about the installation.
; Installation mode. It can be user or admin.
; NOTE: for admin mode please use "Run as Administrator" for command prompt to avoid UAC dialog.
; Desktop shortcut for launchers
; Add launchers path to PATH env variable
; Add "Open Folder as Project" to context menu
; Download and install jre32
; Regenerating the Shared Archive
; List of associations. To create an association change value to 1.
Suppress JetBrains PhpStorm 2022 EULA
Open an Elevated Command Prompt by Right-Clicking on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
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