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Other ways besides GPO to deploy Outlook 2007

Posted on 2010-11-29
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I am looking for an alternative way to install Outlook07 on 20-30 machines. I tried simply setting up a scheduled task to launch the outlook setup file but it seems to fail every time. It will tell me the task is running but nothing is installed. I tried this by pointing to my software share and using domain admin credentials (user might have machine locked).

Any ideas of other ways I can try to do this on multiple machines in one go? I have used psexe before to install packages over my network but it seems to not like pushing processes down on XP from Win7...

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Try GFI Languard, it is able to push out MSI installations to clients (as well as do patching and security scanning)  It's a great program!  Let me know if you need some guidance as to how to use it once you download their demo.

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