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VDM Agent Install with GPO

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We are currently running VDI and I have to update the VDM agent on all the Virtual machines.  I am trying to do this with GPO, due to the fact that it isn't listed on the VMware update manager.  I have everything setup on the AD side.  I found the msi that is extracted during the setup process and I am able to install it with GPO.  The problem is the agent does not work correctly, even if I run the MSI manually.  When i run it manually it goes thrigh the setup without an error, and it is identical as if I had ran the setup.exe.  I was wondering if there are any setting that I am not aware of.  I also tried using MSI studio to package a new MSI and it had the same results.
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Vadim Rapp earned 500 total points
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enable logging and see what's different.
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Sorry for being ignorant but how do I do that?
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that's why I made "enable logging" a link in the prev. comment.
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The problem was that it had an embedded msi in the installation
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