Hi Every one. I have 2 packages ( Movie Maker MUI SWE & IE 7 IEAK configuration package ) that only do what they supposed to to if Allow users to interact with this program box is marked. If not the application seems to install fine, but movie maker is still english. And IE is not configured.


Why is that? The mui pack is not repacked, only added a /q.
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I am actually in testing phase of rolling out IE8 and ran ito similar situation.
If I configure the package (I am using SCCM BTW) using the option "Only when a user is logged on....." it gets the settings that I configure in the package using IEAK. The problem is that majority of our users do not have admin rights on their systems so this option is out of picture.

If I configure the package using the option "Only when no user is logged on...." then IE8 package gets installed without any settings because the installation is being performed per system. So to apply the settings I created IE8 specific GPO and all is good. Hope this helps.
Answered 05/19/2011 by: Johni
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The problem is that majority of our users do not have admin rights on their systems so this option is out of picture.

You can specify in SCCM that the installation will run with admin rights.
Answered 05/20/2011 by: pjbaars
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Although I have not tried this option yet...but if I select "Run with admin rights..." would it not run the install as NT Authority\System Account.....which means that users setting will not get applied?
Answered 05/20/2011 by: Johni
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Yes it runs as System Account.

In my opinion IE8 uses ActiveSetup to apply usersettings for all new users logging in on the machine where IE8 is installed. So I think that you can install it with admin rights and let IE8 handle the usersettings itself. You don't have to take care of that. How nice is that!
Answered 05/20/2011 by: pjbaars
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For user-level settings, use either Active Setup or Group Policy.
Answered 05/20/2011 by: VBScab
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