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I want to do an install through group policy using a .bat file.  First of all, I want to install something silently.  I think this is what I want:
@ echo off
"\\WSCAL3\SYSVOL\SETUP.exe" /s %*
but I am not quite sure.  Second of all, I do not want the popup in Windows 7 to come up asking if I authorize this program to work.  Anyone know how to fix these?  
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Lee W, MVP earned 2000 total points
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If it's an MSI file, deploy it through group policy

If it's not an MSI file, deploy it through a startup script in Group Policy attached to the computer side - that should prevent any popups from Windows.
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It is not an MSI.  How do I deploy it on the computer side?  
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