I'm using Windows Deployment Services to build a Windows 2008 Server and I have configured an unattended build to run an additional installation VBScript via FirstLogonCommands Synchronous Commands to install things like Office, Acrobat, etc. The VBScript calls many objShell.Run commands to install applications from a network drive.
Naturally, they are getting the Open File - Security Warning, because all my sources are on a network drive.
I know of two ways to get around this dialog - the first is to change your Internet Zones so that Intranet includes all UNC paths, and the second is to use GPO to make Attachment Manager have ".exe" as a low risk attachment.
I can do neither of these two because the machine does not join a domain and therefore cannot use GPO's, and it runs the scripts automatically even before a user can log on.
Does anybody have an idea how else I can circumvent this security warning - preferably in the way of a command line which I could run prior to installing the network shared apps.
I do not want to:
Join to a Domain
Copy the sources over to the local volume and install from there
Thanks in advance.