Hi need a help. just want to know what is group policy method in packaging? and when it is used? working on an application win2pdf. if any one has worked please let me know. thanks

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Do you mean the deployment method?

There isn't a Group Policy method to package an application, but an MSI could be installed by a Group Policy - not the nicest way of doing things, but if that's all you've got to work with then it should suffice.

Do you have a particular problem relating to creating a packge for Win2PDF?

 

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Answered 12/11/2012 by: dunnpy
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  • yes i have a problem for win 2 pdf. I am able to install manually through wrapper script but when i am trying to install through SCCM it is giving me error. registartion error. the registration error was eliminated through my script when i am installing manually. so i am trying to understand whether it can be done through sccm side. thanks
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So you have SCCM, you don't need to deploy through Group Policy at all.

Is the installer an MSI?

If it isn't how are you running the installation?

What is your command line?

Why use a wrapper script? What's in the script?

What's the error SCCM reports?

As you can see you haven't really provided much information for anyone to assist you - please provide further details and someone maybe able to help you further.

 

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Answered 12/12/2012 by: dunnpy
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I can't imagine much that could be done by a script that couldn't be done natively in a transform applied to the original MSI...

Answered 12/13/2012 by: VBScab
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Hi Thanks all...actually the application is not going to be packaged as newer version is available..so no packaging efforts..:)

Answered 12/14/2012 by: shilesh1982
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