When you run infacmd, you enter options for each command, followed by the required arguments. For example, most commands require that you enter the domain name, user name, and password using command options. Command options are preceded with a hyphen and are not case sensitive. Arguments follow the option.
To enter an argument that is preceded with a hyphen, enclose the argument in quotation marks using the backslash (\) as an escape character before each quotation mark. For example, the following command writes the log for the mapping run with the job ID "-qnLI7G_TEeW9olHBkc9hoA" to the file "MyLog.log" within the infacmd directory on Windows:
infacmd ms GetRequestLog -dn MyDomain -sn MyDIS -un AdminUser -pd password -id \"-qnLI7G_TEeW9olHBkc9hoA\" -f MyLog.log
If you omit or incorrectly enter one of the required options, the command fails and infacmd returns an error message.
You can use environment variables for some command options with infacmd.
For example, you can store the default user name and password for a domain as environment variables so that you do not have to enter them using command options.
For example, you can store the default user name for a domain as an environment variable so that you do not have to enter it using command options.
Configure these variables before you use infacmd.