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How can I deploy AIM 6.8 via GPO?  Is there an msi file for this?
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You should look at Wininstall LE http://www.scalable.com/Reg.aspx?prod=winLE

Here is a description.  http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?16500000037147

It will help you create a deployable application that does not have an MSI
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