I've created installation's folders for Autodesk Mechanical 2011 (same thing about Autodesk Electrical 2011 and Inventor 2011).I'd want to avoid to install Autodesk Mechanical 2011 manually on every computer and I'd want to use the GPO's rules.I've looked for msi files inside the different folders (example: \AdminImage\x86\setupres or \AdminImage\x86\client) but nothing.I've found in \AdminImage\x86\acadm this msi file: acad-Autocad Mechanical 2011-for-GPO.msi; I've tried to create a GPO rule using that msi file but it doesn't work.I ask if you can say to me how I can do it because for me it can be a very important solution for Autodesk Mechanical 2011 and, then, for Autodesk Electrical 2011 and Inventor 2011.
Thanks.Mr. Giuseppe Mianulli
Seems to be a same issue. http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-Electrical/Installing-Autodesk-Electrical-2011-using-GPO/td-p/...
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