I have remote employees that have either no internet connectivity or basic dial-up due to nothing else being available. Is it possible to be able to provide them with some type of media that would contain unattended installtions of whatever I need to get installed on their computer ? If so, what are the details ?
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Answered 05/15/2007 by: fuz_kitten
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After again reading my initial post, I realized that I may not have communicated my true need. I need a method to create unattended installtions of different software for deployment on computers in remote locations that have either no internet connectivity or basic dial-up. In most cases the employees using the computers are not very computer literate.
Answered 05/15/2007 by: leklaus
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Package your software in the MSI format and send it out on CD.

Good luck!
Answered 05/15/2007 by: fuz_kitten
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And if the user are so computer literate as you say, make a shortcut with the exection command for the user to doubleclick on to further sease the pressure for them.
Answered 05/15/2007 by: Mackan75
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Or just issue Autorun.
Answered 05/16/2007 by: AngelD
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Yeah, but if he has multiple applications on the CD, shortcuts can be nice.
He can of course creat an "installation menu" that autoruns so the user can choose the application he/she wants to install.

/M.N
Answered 05/16/2007 by: Mackan75
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He can of course creat an "installation menu" that autoruns so the user can choose the application he/she wants to install.
Exactly
Answered 05/16/2007 by: AngelD
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