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Windows Server 2008: install software through Active Directory's group policy

  Shared By: technoblogical      Date: Nov 02      Category: Windows OS     
This is a video about how to install software through group policy. I install Firefox 3.0 through a MSI (Microsoft Installer Package) that is accessible through a local share. To do this it requires a GPO (group policy object) be applied on the domain (Server with active directory). You may assign the program to specific users or computers so that it will be installed. You can also publish the software so that the user may decide to install the software. You can do this on Server 2008 domain controller and Windows 7, but it also available for 2003, 2000, XP, or Vista. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.


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