Modifying an existing script using k1000
I enabled the ultraVNC install script across our network and it seems to be working great with the options I selected from the configuration policy wizard for the setup. I was wondering what the best way was to install a newer version of ultra vnc using this wizard.
My thought process is that I will need to go into the script it creates once I run the confiuration policy and set the options... and modify the .inf and .ini and push the new setup.exe manually, which will take some time. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to save the dependencies so the new setup.exe you push will become the default (and the install script to reflect the new setup.exe, the new .ini, and the new .inf) when you run the configuration wizard the next time.
I hope this question makes sense, and someone is able to help me with this as I am new to kbox scripting.
Community Chosen Answer
You can change the software version by creating a new script with the UltraVNC wizard or by modifying your current one. Replace the installer dependency with the newer version. Also make sure to reflect the changes to the filename in the task steps at the bottom of the script page.
In v5.4 of the K1000 184.108.40.206.2 is the default version. 220.127.116.11 is the current stable version that adds full support for windows 8.