You can use remote desktop / command line for most of this. Just copy all the files to c:temp or something.
VMM requires a SQL Database and an account with permission to create databases/tables etc, so I’m going to assume you’ve got one of them handy…if not click here
#1. Download and Install the Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Native Client – QFE
#2. Download and Install the Microsoft® Command Line Utilities 13 for SQL Server®
#3. Download and Install the latest Windows ADK for Windows 10 (You only need the Deployment Tools and Windows Preinstallation Environment options selected)
#4. If you want to use Distributed Key Management open up ADSIEdit and create a new container by going into the Default Naming Context, right clicking on your DC=domain,DC=local, clicking New Object, selecting Container and giving it a name “VMMDKM” works.
#5. Make sure you’ve created a service account for VMM and that it’s a member of the server’s local admin group.
#6. Run the VMM Setup, and follow instructions…nothing special here other than setting your DKM location: CN=VMMDKM,DC=domain,DC=local
#7. Run sconfig and download the latest updates!