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Deploy an MSI via Group Policy

Posted on 2012-08-20
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I have an MSI file

I would like to install this application on multiple machines in the domain.

I would liek a step by step guide of how to do this.  I am bieng unsuccessfull at present i have made the package but I need to know howto deploy it.  By giving me some steps i can make sure i have done everything correctly.

I am using Windows Server 2008 R2

Many Thanks
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Question by:ProjNet
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by:Venugopal N
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816102 will lsit the steps need to deplay the software using Group policy
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Mike Kline earned 500 total points
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There is also a good word document that I've saved and attached that I like.  We deploy here using Altiris but I've been at small-medium organizations that use GPOs with no issues.

...original author is credited on every page of the doc

Thanks

Mike
AD-MSI.doc
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