if this is a windows 2000 domain, you can publish or assign the application with group policy . To do this you would need to create a windows installer package
When you publish an application, you add it to the list of applications that users can install with the Add/Remove Programs applet in Control Panel. Publishing applications is a good technique to use when you want to make applications available to somebut not allusers.
You can assign applications to users or computers. When you assign an application to a user, you add it to a user's Programs menu. The first time the user attempts to run the program, it installsno matter which machine that user is logged on to. When you assign an application to a computer, it installs the next time the machine restarts,
If the workstations are not all in a 2k domain, another approach is to create a batch file to run a modified setup.iwf file for a silent install. Folks can be directed to run the executable via a link in Outlook.
I have deployed viewmail this way as well as using the same excecutables but, via a website folks can get to.
Would you be willing to share a copy of your modified setup.iwf for a silent install? We are on a fast-track to install Unity and our scripting folks are looking to find a way to help us deploy to about 450 workstations. You could email me directly at email@example.com. Thanks for considering this request.
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