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Simple Batch Script Deployment

06/23/2016 2327 views
Hi all,

I am banging my head against the wall trying to get a batch script to deploy in KACE 1000. The batch script is being used to deploy O365 and it accesses a share on the network to grab the appropriate files (configure xml , VAB file etc.)

Here is all of the file names and directories:

\\docs\Office\O365Deployment\0365deploy.bat

The script I am deploying is 0365deploy.bat

I am confused on how the dependencies work with the file directories and everything. If someone could just do an example for me with those file paths that would be great. I am not being lazy here, I have tried to figure it out by watching KACE videos on YouTube and by reading some other posts on this site to no avail.

Thanks.
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scripts run as system by default so it cannot find the share automatically. 
I run my script as current logged in user and they have rights to the share when I do something like this

here is an example (autocad 2016 install)

just change the parameters to what you need like
/c \\docs\Office\O365Deployment\0365deploy.bat



If you have to run this as system do a net use and map to the server first then call the batch
(net use \\docs /user:domain\user password)


Answered 06/23/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Thank you for taking your time out to help, unfortunately I have not been able to get it working. This is what I have, I am guessing that something I put in tasks is not correct. Also I have not attached any dependency files.

    Tasks:
    Directory: $(KACE_SYS_DIR)
    File: cmd
    Parameters: /c \\docs\Office\O365Deployment\0365deploy.bat
    • on a machine can you go to the share and just click on the batch and have it work. This will tell you if rights/uac is a problem
      • Yes it runs. No UAC problems,
      • There could be some other problem I am encountering on my test machine as the script does run and the UAC comes up. I actually tested out the following:

        I select "run a batch file" instead of "launch a program". I give it a name and just paste the batch script in. Kace then creates the files automatically.
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      • Everything is working now bro. Thanks for the help. Its nothing wrong related to your instructions.
      • no problem

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