I am building scripted installs on my K2000. I would like to copy the built-in UltraVNC script policy from our KBOX1000 and create a post-install task.
Is there an easy way to do this?
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I am interested in this too.  After setting up the UltraVNC Policy on the K1000 click Scripting -> Scripts -> UltraVNC Policy -> scroll down to "To edit the policy using this editor" and click the link to the right. 

Under dependencies you'll see .inf, .ini and .exe files.  I downloaded the .exe and copied the other two into notepad, saving them with the same file name and extension. 

Below the dependencies you'll see the script.  This is where I'm stuck.  I'm guessing you could create a .bat file to call the .exe with the parameters shown in the script (get rid of the $(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)) and have the .bat do the registry edits as well. 

Then zip up the dependencies and .bat file.  On the K2000 create a Postinstallation Task -> Add New Application -> upload the .zip and call the .bat in the command line.

I'll be testing this out and share my findings if I have success.  If anyone has done this already could you please share how you did it.


Answered 04/20/2012 by: findog
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OK. I think I've got it.  

Zip the ultravnc.ini and ultravnc.inf and the UltraVNC_1.0.5.6_Setup.exe.  

On the K2000 choose Postinstallation Task -> Add New Application.  Runtime Environment is Windows.  Upload the zip you just created.  Paste this in the command line:   UltraVNC_1.0.5.6_setup.exe /loadinf="ultravnc.inf" /verysilent

Save it.

I have yet to test this during a deployment but it worked as a Managed Software Installation from the K1000.  If it doesn't work I'll update this post.

Answered 04/24/2012 by: findog
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