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I need to install Notes Client via Network

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I try to install Lotus Notes client using AD of Windows 2000 server, but it doesn't work.

I was make a network installation with the atributte /a on the setup, it create a network instalation with a MSI file, in the AD I created a Organitation Unit and assigned it a new Policy that it's parametred the MSI created on the Computer Configuration.

But the computer who I assigned this policy doen't install the Notes Client.

How I can do this?

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This is not really a Notes quetsion, it is a Windows question... I think you would have the same problem if the MSI you created was for, say, WinZip.  The policy just isn't getting pushed.
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