Hi All,

We are deploying Rightfax 9.4 on Windows 7, if we run the command line as an admin user everything works fine, if we deploy via SCCM to non admin user, it does not work properly.

Mainly the print driver.

It fails to run correctly, if we run this when compter is not logge din it also fails.

Can you deploy this without making users Administrators?


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Hi, to install a printer driver used this command line for installation of the driver, you will need to have the old driver inside the Data Source..

))) rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /if /b "TempPrinter" /f prnhp001.inf /r "file:" /m "HP LaserJet 4" (((

And then for the program i used this line.
)))) Setup.exe /unattended=true /quiet=true /allowShutdown=false /add="FaxUtil,FaxCtrl" /rightFaxServer="xxxxxxxxx" ((((

Best Regards Martin
Answered 01/31/2012 by: znakeormen
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My current client does this - all their wrappers are signed code and they install in the system context unless otherwise specified.
Answered 02/01/2012 by: Arminius
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Hi znakeorman,

I wanted to respond to your earlier posts with a concern.

I am having issue where I can't have the driver installed, and if I run the command you provided I run into "Error 0x00000002".  Not quite sure if I understand the command as it stands.  Could you please elaborate on this a little (what do I need to change in the cmdline).  Secondly, the printer "HP LaserJet 4" is not selected as a default, is it expected to be a normal behavior?

Answered 09/09/2014 by: 786_ak
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