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Can anyone help me with this?

As an example we use Adobe Acrobat Standard X I need to have two installs for two different departments.

Same OS, Same version of software but two different MST files.
IE: two different keys and different settings in the MST file.

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Yes ... can be done ...
I Assume you use SCCM or SMS to deploy the application.

Just create different Install programs for different departments with department specific MST in installation command.

Eg:
[Per-System Unattended-Dep1]

Command = Msiexec /i "InstallMyMSI.msi" TRANSFORMS="Department1.MST" /qn

[Per-System Unattended-Dep2]

Command = Msiexec /i "InstallMyMSI.msi" TRANSFORMS="Department2.MST" /qn

Make sure the Programs are added under Package Definition Header.

Create two collections for each department , advertised the specific programs to collections
Answered 02/15/2012 by: mahendraKumar
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Spell Err: Create different collections for different department , advertised the specific programs to collections
Answered 02/15/2012 by: mahendraKumar
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Sorry in my haste I forgot to clarify I am using Dell Kace K1000 unit.
Answered 02/15/2012 by: d_firlotte
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I'm not a KaCE user, but most deployment toolkits let you use different transforms for different distributions. You don't have different installs so that's a good thing. The challenge you may run into is when a machine from dept A with its transform moves to dept B. You'll need to resolve that if asset transfers happen a lot,
Answered 03/02/2012 by: Arminius
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Hey d_firlotte,

Its a very similar concept with Kace.

You'll zip up the file with both MST files.

Then just create two distributions calling different answer files targeting different labels.
Answered 03/07/2012 by: dchristian
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