I have Group Policy Manager running on my Windows Server 2003 machine. It is currently handeling all group policies just fine. I am trying to add a new one and I'm running into trouble.
The .msi file I am adding works just fine whenever you run it on a single computer like its an install program. It was created with Advanced Installer v 6.1.1 freeware.
I made a GPO called "DCM" that contains the msi in question at the following location:
computer configuration > software settings > software installation
I put a link to the GPO in a Organizational Unit called "DCM". This OU contains a group called "DCM Users" that has all of the usernames that will use this software. The link is both Enabled and Enforced. When you reboot one of the computers and login as a user in the OU, nothing installs.
I had a little bit of success when I attached the GPO to a OU that contained computers instead of users, but there is a problem with that. We have our computers grouped in OUs based on their role in the company. Inside three of those OUs we have computers that will need the DCM software I'm trying to install right now. And its not all of the computers in the three OUs that need it.
Another note, when i had a little bit of success with the install I mean that it came up and said it was installing the managed software, but then there were no shortcuts and the program file didn't exist anywhere