You can run production deployments by using the PFF as a command line parameter for CSDeploy.exe (the associated filename of this utility). For example, if you name your PFF file Deploy Data.pff, then you can run the deployment by invoking:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\CSPro 7.2\CSDeploy.exe" "Deploy Data.pff"
This assumes that CSPro was installed in the default directory. Your PFF file must have a .pff extension.
You can create a PFF file in one of two ways: either  create one with a text editor (such as Notepad or Wordpad), or  have it generated automatically for you when you save a deployment specification file.
The following section shows the options available to you in a deployment PFF file. A PFF file is not case sensitive, so you can use any combination of upper and lower case text.
The [Run Information] block is required and must appear exactly as shown in the example above.
The [Files] block is required and defines the script that will be used during the deployment.