Has anyone sucessfully deployed this via Group Policy and Active Directory? I have repackaged, created transforms, used multiple progs (wise Ps5 and Adminstudio 5.5). I have had no luck. the closest I got was repackaging with Installshield adminstudio, then editing the repackaged msi to install per machine (as the transform I tried to Make did not work at all). This made it work and all HKCU settings were being written upon logon, but all the icons were broken, and quick install did not function. This app is a real thorn in my side and assigning Admin rights to users is NOT an option.

PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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If anyone has a transform file that is working can you please send it to me @ cdupuis@[NOSPAM]richmond.sd38.bc.ca
Answered 04/26/2004 by: cdupuis
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I got some word back from Installshield on this and they said to enable "Always install with elevated privileges" in Group Policy to allow it to write HKCU settings. Anyone tried this yet and know the impact (security wise) it may have in an environment where all of my users are purposely locked out from installing apps.
Answered 05/20/2004 by: cdupuis
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"Install with Elevated Rights" is a group policy setting for Windows Installer apps that are supplied by Group policy. It wont affect your user security settings at all.
Answered 05/25/2004 by: MSIMaker
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