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the best scenario to deploy a software by Domain controller

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Hello
I have  ( 1 server with windows server 2003 represent as domain controller & 50 Pcs all connected to DC , All windows XP installed )
I want know the best solution to enable me to DEPLOY a software like  on ALL computers connected to the DC WITHOUT going to each PC and install this software
by the way am newcomer to windows server 2003 so put this in your account:)
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You might want to look into assigning/publishing software in group policy. Also if you have SMS server it would make this much easier
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Hello  twcadmin,
your answer was not clear for me coz as i saied am newcomer of windows server 2003 , so what do you mean "assigning/publishing software in group policy"
thanks
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