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Is it possible for the setup of vendor to be started with an answer file with the parameters for the installation silently
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We need to install these application Sequencially & with some parameter how do we proceed???
Answered 07/07/2005 by: skj
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Using Group Policy, you could place them all in one GPO. From the command line, a simple batch file with each installation command should do the trick. If these options don't sound good, please provide more details as to your situation and what you are trying to accomplish.
Answered 07/07/2005 by: bkelly
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If you do use Group Policy to distribute your applications, make sure to use Assigned Software Sequence Manager to set the right installation order of the applications.
Answered 07/28/2005 by: AngelD
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can you use this tool to set the right deployment order through, let say, 150 gpo´s
Answered 07/28/2005 by: sejacru
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As I recall it's per GPO basis
Answered 07/28/2005 by: AngelD
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You can get a tool called Assigned Software Sequence Manager for Active Directory. This tool allows you to assign an order to application installation within a GPO.

I have tested it and it works well.
Answered 07/28/2005 by: MSIMaker
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Hello msimaker,

I have checkout out this tool and it works just fine...Just what i needed.
Do you know if there is a tool on the market that does the same thing only than on GPO basis.

greetings sejacru
Answered 07/28/2005 by: sejacru
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This is the only application that I have found that have this feature of changing the sequence order.

The application uses the ADSI attribute "lastUpdateSequence" (in the GPO object) for this task that is a value of YearMonthDayHourMinuteSecond, that is when the application within the GPO was added/created.

You could create a script for this that goes through each application GPO and swap the "lastUpdateSequence" with each application in the GPO you want to change the order of.
Answered 07/29/2005 by: AngelD
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