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Deploying an activex - C:\Windows\Download Program Files

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Hi Experts,

I'm executing the command in a lab pc with privileges and the antivirus soft disabled becasue the last attempt was blocked for this.

So,
1. What is the exact command I have used to run the predeploy.cmd script?
I've created a folder in 'C:' root called C:\Siebel with two files inside; predeploy.cmd and SiebelOptionPack.cab

2. What is the output of running that command in the prompt window?
Uploaded file, called files.zip.

On the other hand, after execute the command and testing it, I am not seeing the unpacked files in the Downloaded Program Files however the files are and visible via command line, but not through Windows Explorer and not registered because I canot login to Siebel.



Kind Regards,
David.

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In pre v7.5 releases, we had to build an ActiveX deployment pack.
Now, there is this "predeploy.htm" web page that you can call (using a privileged account) from the below URL:
\\YourIISServer\AnySIEBELURL\predeploy.htm

Registering ActiveX is not difficult to be batch if you want to upload that instead of letting each pc to download it from the above URL...
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