We are trying to remote deploy Office and once the system reboots it has an error finding one of the data msi files. If you go to start>run and enter the path its getting the error with the file exists. So we have to click browse>navigate to the path>then enter a name/pass for the DOMAIN from the msiexec dialog box. So the problem is not that the file isn't found but rather the install is not authenticated. Is there a way to use some Public properties with the msiexec command line? or some other way so that its authenticated, and we dont have to manually browse and then enter an Admin's credentials to complete the install?

Im not sure if USERDOMAIN=%USERDOMAIN% etc.. is what i need? Also, if there is a way to keep any passwords out of the command line.

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Ok when I manually browse and try to log on i noticed it's trying to authenticate as DeploymentServer/Username when this should be trying as DOMAIN/Username. So is there i way i can pass a domain property? i think that would fix it.
Answered 07/14/2005 by: schieb
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