Rolling out VNC Viewer via Active Directory (2003)

Posted on 2006-03-31
Last Modified: 2007-12-19

I already know how to role out apps using GP and using and MSI package but i need to convert an exe to MSI.

any one know of a free product that can do this?

Question by:Mark Galvin
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    Try this...

    i remember them talking about  it in class.. never tried it.
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    Hi pappaslim,

    this can be done, but as you already know you need to make a custom MSI package;en-us;257718

    this will show you how by using the inbuilt 2000 tool on the disc

    this is more an overview for 2003 server

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    This looks like should work. I have never tried it though. It was reccomended on the UltraVNC site (

    Fastpush is a script that can remotely install WinVNC on to a computer running NT, 2000 or XP. You need admin rights to do this, but it will work over any reasonable network connection.

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