Guys

Im looking to delpoy an application to around 20-25pcs (located across 2 sites).
I want to do this remotely and silently - what script language do i require to use to push it via psiexec ?

Cheers.

FM
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something akin to this should work:

psexec.exe \\remotemachine -i -u adminusr -p passw [%windir%\system32\]msiexec /i "MyMsiInstall.msi"

u may want to google it though, i did not test & have not used it in a bit...
Answered 10/07/2008 by: kiptek
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You can also pursue WMI path - there is a separate class handling MSI installations/uninstalls (Win32_Product)
Answered 10/13/2008 by: revizor
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You can also pursue WMI path - there is a separate class handling MSI installations/uninstalls (Win32_Product)
Answered 10/13/2008 by: revizor
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If you do this often you may want to check out the Remote Software Installation Utililty from Install Solutions. It does what you are looking for and is fair priced.
Answered 10/14/2008 by: yarborg
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RemoteExec from IS Decisions will do the job for something like USD 475 / EUR 340 for your 25 workstations.

RemoteExec will also allow you to perform:

- Remote execution of programs (.exe, .bat, .cmd, etc.), scripts (.vbs, .js, etc.) and files associated to executables (.txt, .doc, .wav, .reg, .inf, .msi, …)

- Service Packs, patches, hotfixes and updates deployment

- Windows Installer packages deployment

- Remote Registry modification

- Files and folders remote copy, update, or deletion

- Local administrators passwords remote modification

- Remote systems power off, wake up, reboot, shutdown

- Lock or close user sessions

- ...
Answered 10/16/2008 by: isdecisions
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