At work our workstations are running win7 enterprise. I have local admin rights on the workstations, but limited admin on the domain. For instance, I can add a user or computer to the domain, but I can't add a user to groups.
So, I have been using wmic to install .msi installs on remote pc's from an elevated command prompt. I mentioned all the stuff about my limited admin, to show why I wouldn't install software through group policies.
So I ran this command
/node:d01misls0024a product call install true,"", c:\install\acrostan.msi
and it returned
returnvalue = 1603;
I think it might be because acrobat standard needs a license key, which I have, but I don't know how to insert it into the command.
So, any ideas on how that is done? Or am I looking at this all wrong?