Deploying Application via GPO

Seems to be erroring, but unsure as to exactly which application.

What can i try to see if this is the application/policy and how to resolve?



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Software Settingshide
Assigned Applicationshide
Mimecast Services for Outlook 32-bithide
Product Informationhide
Name Mimecast Services for Outlook 32-bit
Version 5.0
Language English (United States)
Platform x86
Support URL

Deployment Informationhide
General Setting
Deployment type Assigned
Deployment source \\server\MSO v5\MSO5_custom_installer.msi
Uninstall this application when it falls out of the scope of management Disabled

Advanced Deployment Options Setting
Ignore language when deploying this package Disabled
Make this 32-bit X86 application available to Win64 machines Enabled
Include OLE class and product information Enabled

Diagnostic Information Setting
Product code {526b0df7-76b6-43b6-a0f3-0d6758c502f3}
Deployment Count 0

PermissionsType Name Permission Inherited
Allow Domain\Domain Admins Full control No
Allow NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users Read No
Allow NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Full control No
Allow Domain\Domain Admins Read, Write Yes
Allow Domain\Enterprise Admins Read, Write Yes
Allow NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users Read Yes
Allow CREATOR OWNER Read, Write Yes
Allow inheritable permissions from the parent to propagate to this object and all child objects Enabled

Upgrades Setting
Required upgrade for existing packages Enabled
Packages that this package will upgrade GPO
Packages in the current GPO that will upgrade this package None



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Ryan SmithSr. Systems EngineerCommented:
Check the permissions on the shares and files.  Make sure that "Authenticated Users" has access to read at all levels.  Authenticated Users is computer account that access it on the domain.  I would probably remove the space in your directory naming as well.  

On the computer you log in with you can do a gpresult /R and see if the gpo is filtered out or not.

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"Seems to be erroring, but unsure as to exactly which application." - please explain in detail what you are seeing. Also please quote from the client's event log about software installation problems.
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CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
i have added a company wide group to read/write on the share.
Removed the space from share
re-added it to GPO

Do you mean change the security on the software installation or the share?
CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
Showing filtered out on a /r
Ryan SmithSr. Systems EngineerCommented:
CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
added authenticated to the share (NTFS) and the software installation.
will let you know what happens..
CHI-LTDAuthor Commented:
Was .net missing from machine in the end which was why it was failing..
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