Anyone had success with distribution of Paint Shop Pro X through Group Policies??

I'm trying to use WISE to create a MST-file, but it fails and a repackage of the MSI-installation fails during the install with several files - failed to register *.dll file.

Any success-rate is appreciated
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You have to make an administrative install point, by launching:
setup.exe /a
or msiexec /a pspx.msi

Then you can deploy the package with GPO.
Answered 10/27/2005 by: lassebjerre
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Thanks - your hint did the trick.

Alas - a new minor problem has occurred. The user still get the dialogs - Licenseagreement and updateinterval. I tried the msiexec /a method and this [link]http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=55376&st=30[/link].

Is it possible to bypass these dialogs when the user starts the app. the first time?
Answered 10/28/2005 by: Staun
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