I go to Launch a program and then what do I put under directory, file, and parameters?
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  • Directory is where you grab the files, file is the name of the application to execute and parameters are the parameters used to execute the application (silent/passive/etc).

    If the installed files of the local machine is all centralized on 1 standard folder, you can point it that particular folder. $(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR) will be useful when you load your files under dependency.
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Batch files should be called using cmd.exe

So the executable should be defined as -  c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe 
The argument should be defined as -  /c <full path to batch file>
Answered 09/10/2014 by: EdT
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I deploy them using an offline KScript

For Task 1 I use: 
  1. Verify that the directory “$(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)” exists
On Success: 
1. Run the batch file (name of your .bat file)
2. Log "success" to "status"

and set to run at next client check-in
Answered 09/10/2014 by: rockhead44
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