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Microsoft Project will not install via Group Policy

Posted on 2009-05-11
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Hi,
I have set up a GPO to install project 2003. All is set-up ok,

Deployment = Assigned
Modifications = .mst file (with product key etc.)
Computer Configuration Install.
given Domain Users full access to the Software Installation.

Have a test OU created,replicated with other DC's,gpupdate /force the computer, reboot and when is about to install before log in, the GP install attemps to install but stops after 3 seconds. (like its trying to install but gives up!0

Has anyone some help for me?!!? If you need anymore info, let me know!

Cheers
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Question by:LCMaurice
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by:Boze19130
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Are you using UNC path for file location?
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Yeah, saved on the server
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