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I would like to know what everyone reccommends to use to install programs over the network on Workstations without having to go to each workstation to run the install?  I use windows 2000 server.  Is their a program inwhich i can set to have install on a PC at a certain time of the day?
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Have AD?
then publish the software
when users logon, it will install
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refers to publishing Office XP, but the procedure is the same for any program
http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/xp/one/depc02.htm
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Does this mean I can have a program will install without having any users input
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Yes, with GPO's. read the links. you would assign it
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