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creating an msi for windows 7

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I have used Visual Studio 2012 and created addin for Outlook 2010.
It works great.

I have created a msi and it installs perfectly if you do it manually.

but when the network guys put it into a script of tasks to run it will not install the addin.

Deploying it to all the users in the company is my challenge.
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because it is windows installer that is used to create the deployment setup I will need admin rights to run it.

if I use clickonce to deploy this the permissions level is lower.

So I have accepted that this is just a fact.
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