Hi guyz.

Let's say that if i launch this command in command line the package is installed perfectly :

"\\servername\share$\Packages\MSI\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0\AdobeReader.msi" /quiet

Then I did the .cmd with that line in. If I double click on it it installing perfectly.

Now I want this command in a .MSI to get it deployed over the network. I did'nt find anyways to get it to work. How can I package a msi telling to run this command ?

Newbie in packing here ...

Thanks again.
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I don't know much about packaging, which is why I'm starting to browse these forums... but I handle the exact same problem by using psexec @ computers.txt where computers.txt is a list of IP Addresses or NetBIOS names. It gets the job done, but it also involves passing credentials in clear over the wire, which I want to avoid. Would like to know the easiest way to wrap and push this as well.
Answered 01/19/2005 by: Satori
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what tool do you have to deploy this msi?
Most of the deploying tool already takes an msi for deployment.

So I don't understand your question.


Answered 01/20/2005 by: olivier
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