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*Maleski, Thomas
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Pushing Service Packs

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01-03-2003 06:09 AM
Is it possible to push service packs over the network? Through msi
scripting? Any other way? I'm trying to push ADT33 SP2

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Thomas Maleski
New Jersey Autodesk User Group
http://www.njaug.org
*Wedding, James
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Re: Pushing Service Packs

01-05-2003 10:12 PM in reply to: *Maleski, Thomas
Only way I've come up with is a login script. Sure would be nice, wouldn't
it....

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James Wedding, P.E.
IT Manager
Jones & Boyd, Inc.
Dallas, TX
jwedding@*NOSPAM*jones-boyd.com

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*Maleski, Thomas
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01-05-2003 11:41 PM in reply to: *Maleski, Thomas
Any chance of you sharing your login script? Does the user need to have
administrative rights to the computer?

"James Wedding" wrote in message
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> Only way I've come up with is a login script. Sure would be nice, wouldn't
> it....
>
> --
> James Wedding, P.E.
> IT Manager
> Jones & Boyd, Inc.
> Dallas, TX
> jwedding@*NOSPAM*jones-boyd.com
>
> Search before you ask, it's been asked before.
>
>
*Herrick, David
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01-10-2003 01:20 AM in reply to: *Maleski, Thomas
Did you ever post the script?

"James Wedding" wrote in message
news:873FA1A76912160390E036D3BD72E901@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Only way I've come up with is a login script. Sure would be nice, wouldn't
> it....
>
> --
> James Wedding, P.E.
> IT Manager
> Jones & Boyd, Inc.
> Dallas, TX
> jwedding@*NOSPAM*jones-boyd.com
>
> Search before you ask, it's been asked before.
>
>
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zzzz2005
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Registered: ‎03-31-2003
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Re: Pushing Service Packs

01-31-2003 06:02 AM in reply to: *Maleski, Thomas
LDT3_SP2.exe is actually an archived MSI package. Run LDT3_SP2.exe /a from the command line and you will be presented with an administrative installation routine. Once you do the admin install, you will have an install point from which to launch or deploy your client installations (options here are many, silent install through login script, or perhaps even MSI deployment through Group Policy, you can even just script out the copying of the files since that's all it does anyway). Write back if you do any of these, I am very curious to know what the result is.

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