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Published Software not showing up in Add/Remove Programs

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Hi,

following the directions given on Technet and under microsoft documentation, I have added a Group Policy Software installation and have successfully published a piece of software. It is linked to my Organizational Unit. I login to a machine udner a username in teh same OU, go to control panel > add+ remove programs, but I see no software published, I see my categories, but no software.

Please helP.
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Check the following:

You published the software through \\shared location\any.msi
or you use assign to user not to machine.

hope it will help

regards,
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by:Nirmal Sharma
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Yes...miroofi75 is correct. Software Installation supports UNC path and the folder should be shared which contains software.

Let me know.
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yes, Software installation supports UNC path and the folder should be shared which contains software in .MSI format.

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