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*pkirill
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Pushing Network Install or user install via shortcut.

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10-03-2003 12:41 AM
So I have created an image of AutoCAD2004 that I think works well. Now I
need to get in onto 25 other workstations. As the Admin, I have no problems
with this, but our users can't install on their own. From a WinNT4.0
server, is there a way to "push" the install on the next boot? It seems
that it should be easy, but I'm not a network guru - just the administrator
:smileyhappy:.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks!
*Ackvar
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Re: Pushing Network Install or user install via shortcut.

10-15-2003 05:08 AM in reply to: *pkirill
These is documentation on PDF's that tell you how to do that.
They are on your AutoCAD CD.

"pkirill" wrote in message
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> So I have created an image of AutoCAD2004 that I think works well. Now I
> need to get in onto 25 other workstations. As the Admin, I have no
problems
> with this, but our users can't install on their own. From a WinNT4.0
> server, is there a way to "push" the install on the next boot? It seems
> that it should be easy, but I'm not a network guru - just the
administrator
> :smileyhappy:.
>
> Any help would be appreciated!
>
> Thanks!
>
>

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