Knife bootstrap with Windows Chef-client Service

During a bootstrap of a new windows node I would like to install the chef-client (which is done by default) and also install the chef service as part of this install. Here is the bootstrap command I run from the workstation:

knife bootstrap windows winrm win-node2 -p 5985 -x Administrator -P password -N win-node2 

I checked the MSI installer docs here: https://docs.chef.io/release/12-5/install_windows.html and under ADDLOCAL you can specify the service option.

Here is the log from the bootstrap:

win-node2 Installing downloaded client package…
win-node2
win-node2 C:\Users\Administrator>msiexec /qn /log “C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\chef-client-msi22002.log” /i "C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\chef-client-latest.msi"
win-node2 Successfully installed Chef Client package.

How can I inject “ADDLOCAL=“ChefClientFeature,ChefServiceFeature,ChefPSModuleFeature”” into this command upon bootstrap?

Create a ChefService recipe and modify your bootstrap command with something like
–run-list 'recipe[ChefService]'
or create a role/environment and modify the runlist and modify your bootstrap to apply that role/environment ala
–role ChefService

@debellid Thank you for your reply. Found that will work quiet well.
However I have found an alternative way which to add (Found this after having to browse the source.):
–install-as-service
to the bootstrap command. This should really be documented. I couldnt find any reference to it here:

https://docs.chef.io/plugin_knife_windows.html

Found this after having to browse the source.