I've created a package on my installation server, and am installing via a login script that runs sapsetup.exe "package".

The path I have placed in this batch file is a DFS path. The package installs, but it appears to install through the installation server path. When I look at sapsetup.log in c:\windows, it finds the name of the installation server, and installs via that share.

What I want, is for SAP GUI to install via the DFS share, and not directly to the installation server, anyone have any ideas how to do this. I did find a .cfg file that point to the installation server, and renamed that to the DFS share, but then the installation just freezes.

Thanks in advance
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