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Hello everyone,

This is my first post here and I've searched long and hard for a solution to this.

What I am attempting to do?
I am trying to successfully deploy Symantec AntiVirus 10.1 Corporate Edition via Group Policy including a MST file for the correct SERVERNAME, RUNLIVEUPDATE, NETWORKTYPE variables.

Problem I am having...
I'm using Orca to view Symantec Antivirus.msi and generating a transform file (MST). The problem is I cannot find the place where the SERVERNAME variable is set. I have looked under the Property table and just about every other table. The SERVERNAME does appear in the Registry table but I was under the assumption, per MSDN Tables database that this data should be stored in the Property table.

In any case, I am new to application packaging apart from using the Microsoft Office Resource Kit for Office, Outlook and PRF files.

Thanks for any help or clarity...

Todd
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toddistic,

Try using a custom property in the property table SERVERGROUPNAME, our SERVERNAME(also a custom property) is set to an environment variable %APPS_SERVER% which is the local DFS server determined in our login script.

Cheers
WayneB
Answered 07/17/2006 by: WayneB
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Use the GRC.DAT file thats included or from your antivirus server and modify it to point to the servername
Answered 07/18/2006 by: AngelD
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ORIGINAL: WayneB

toddistic,

Try using a custom property in the property table SERVERGROUPNAME, our SERVERNAME(also a custom property) is set to an environment variable %APPS_SERVER% which is the local DFS server determined in our login script.

Cheers
WayneB


so basically i would add another row in the property table called SERVERNAME with a value of <my symantec server>. This is all done using a transform file of course. Thanks for the suggestion!
Answered 07/18/2006 by: toddistic
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