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tomhill
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Installing via Group Policy

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06-10-2003 06:52 PM
Hi,

I am trying to deploy AutoCAD 2004 via Microsoft Group Policy using the network admin install to create the MSI and MST. However the Msi fails to install when assigned to a computer as it tries to install files to the current user profile which of course doesn't exists.

Tom Hill
*Services\, Autodesk Professional
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Re: Installing via Group Policy

06-10-2003 10:50 PM in reply to: tomhill
Tom please see my answer to your previous post on
the same topic.

 

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Simon Gillis
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Hi,

I am trying to deploy AutoCAD 2004 via Microsoft Group Policy using the
network admin install to create the MSI and MST. However the Msi fails to
install when assigned to a computer as it tries to install files to the
current user profile which of course doesn't exists.

Tom Hill

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