Software Deployment Question
Running MSI without Admin Privileges on Win7
I am working in a Windows 7 Environment with SCCM 2012 deployment. But for some packages, client wants to deploy them using their internal deployment tool called OnDemand. Client running this tool without admin Privileges, so the installation failing with the message "1925. You do not have sufficient Privileges to complete the installation for all users of the machine. Log on as an administrator and then retry this installation. Client do not want to run the tool with admin privileges for specific reason and want to update the packages so they run without admin privileges. Does anyone have idea how to achieve this.
Community Chosen Answer
Tell your client to not to use their own internal tool for making the application on demand.. SCCM 2012 provides more control to the administrators during application deployment by defining if the application is optional or required. Deploy such application in optional mode.