Software Installation using Group Policy

I am rolling out a third party application to the network using Group Policy, with the MSI provided by the company and everything is fine. But, I need to give modify access to a folder it creates on the local pc as part of the installation. (eg. c:\program files\company\progam folder).

And I need to copy 3 small files from a file server to all local PCs for making this software work.

How can I do that using group policy?
CromwellhospitalAsked:
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AdamRobinsonCommented:
You could push out a startup script/batch file that performs the copy for you.
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CromwellhospitalAuthor Commented:
Thanks, But, what about the permission on the folder?
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CromwellhospitalAuthor Commented:
I have edited the MSI and things are fine. Thanks Adam.
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