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LogMeIn install via GPO

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OK, so I'm a bit of dummy here when it comes to GPOs and all the rest.  
I have a domain with about 30 PCs in it, I want to rollout LogMein to them.  We have a LMI Central account for 200 PCs, so we're covered.  I go into LMI, I create the distribution.  It says to put it on a server where everyone can hit it, so I put it on \\server2\users

Now, HOW do I configure the GPO to run the next time people boot up?  Is this a computer setting or a person setting?  Is this a startup script, do I need to create a startup script that calls this distribution?

The more specific you can be the  better.  LMI's instructions are sorely lacking.
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This has a lot of good information for exactly what you're looking to do.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816102
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