Innovyze License Administrator ILA

The Innovyze License Administrator (ILA) installer can be silently installed either on the end user's machine (client machine) or the server machine where a floating license will be hosted. 

Please note that the name of the ILA installer (InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI) shown below should be replaced with the name of the ILA installer supplied.

Once the ILA has been installed, then it is also possible to apply a license via the command line too, please see Innovyze License Administrator Command-line Interface for more details.

Client Install

To install the ILA on to a client machine silently, the following command lines can be used:


To simply silently install the ILA run:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn


To silently install the ILA and add a contact server (called myserver1) that the ILA can view for license information:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1


To silently install the ILA and add multiple contact servers (called myserver1 and myserver2) that the ILA can view for license information:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1;mysever2


Note: The server name(s) can either be a host name or an IP address.


In order to install the software license successfully the date and time on the local machine must be within 15 minutes of the date and time on the web-based entitlement management system.

The ILA will attempt to verify the local date and time with a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server (time.windows.com or time.google.com) using the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port 123. 

In the rare instance that these time servers are not available, it is possible to specify a user-defined time server using the following property with the command line installer:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILANTPSERVER=myntpserver.mydomain.com


Note: This can be combined with the contact servers property above if required, for example:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1 ILANTPSERVER=myntpserver.mydomain.com



To silently uninstall the ILA run the following command:

msiexec /x "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn

Server Install

To install the ILA on a server machine silently, the following command lines can be used:


To simply silently install the ILA on the server run:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ADDLOCAL=ILA,ILA_Network


To silently install the ILA and add a contact server (called myserver1) that the ILA can view for license information:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ADDLOCAL=ILA,ILA_Network ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1


To silently install the ILA and add multiple contact servers (called myserver1 and myserver2) that the ILA can view for license information:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ADDLOCAL=ILA,ILA_Network ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1;mysever2


Note: The server name(s) can either be a host name or an IP address.


In order to install the software license successfully, the date and time on the server machine must be within 15 minutes of the date and time on the web-based entitlement management system.

The ILA will attempt to verify the local date and time with a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server (time.windows.com or time.google.com) using the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port 123. 

In the rare instance that these time servers are not available- it is possible to specify a user defined time server using the following property with the command line installer:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILANTPSERVER=myntpserver.mydomain.com


Note: This can be combined with the contact servers property above if required, for example:

msiexec /i "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn ILACONTACTSERVERS=myserver1 ILANTPSERVER=myntpserver.mydomain.com



To silently uninstall the ILA run the following command:

msiexec /x "InnovyzeLicenseAdministrator_x64.MSI" /qn