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We do not want GPO to install msi on Windows server

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Uusing GPO to install msi file via users ID. However when some users logon for the 1st time, they might logon to a Windows Server. This then causes the gpo to install the ,msi package onto a windows server. We do not want msi installing on a server. Only the specific users workstation. How can i prevent installation of msi package on a Windows server.

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use a WMI filter on GPO mager
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So i can use a WMI filter to exclude a server name?
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