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Posted on 2014-02-28
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i have AD and group policy .

i need to run one .exe program for all my network clients computer when i loggin next time to network.

i want to use group policy ,can some one give me step gieude ,how?
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create an  MSI package, and deploy it through the group policy
refer to this manual
http://www.advancedinstaller.com/user-guide/tutorial-gpo.html
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can i use exe?
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what about administrator rights when user loggin?
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when you put it in GPO, you don't need admin rights, but you have to convert it to MSI.
can is ask whats the software you want to install? so i can send the MSI link. there is also software that can convert EXE to MSI
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pdfmailer  new version
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i used exe to msi but nothing happend after convert
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here is the exact Name pcl2pdf32.exe
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