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how can i deploy this script via GPO to all systems in the enterprise

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hello, we have a requirement to disable ipV6 on all PC's

MSFT has a .diagcab file that is created for this purpose.

my question is, how can we deploy this via GPO / login script to all systems using powershell  [file is:  MicrosoftEasyFix20160.mini.diagcab]
reference article: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/929852

thx - S
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Is there a reason you don't want to use the options listed in the same reference article that discusses disabling IPv6 using changes to the registry? You can make the changes to the registry on one PC, then export the registry key settings, and deploy this using a GPO. Let me know if you would like some instruction on implementing this option.
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thx - I found an admx file I can use for this.
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