Need one's expertise here, I am working on deploying a package, which is requires to run on admin-context from SCCM, but it is intend to deploy for user. To get thing clear, it means it will publish to the user, allowing the user to click to install, but the package will be install on elevated admin.
Due to this, a repair will definitely takes place once the user click the shortcut. To improve the user experience, we are looking at possibility to trigger the repair right after the installation completed by the package.

Is there any method to leave something to kick start the repair, after the main MSI session? Thanks for any advice.
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Have you explored using Active Setup?
Answered 02/03/2009 by: VBScab
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