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    I am having a problem with an accelerated reader program. It requires flashplayer and acrobat reader. I installed both on the workstation via group policy(software packging). I can log on as admin user and the program will work with no problems. I log on as user and it tells me flashplayer needs to be installed and I need admin rights to isntall. What am I doing wrong? Thanks

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    Re: installing applications

    Is the GPO applied to Users or Computers? Either is possible, sounds like you want computers in this case so anyone logging on gets the apps. Try running gpresult from the command line whilst logged on as administrator and as a normal user and compare the results.
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      Re: installing applications

      Depending on how you have the User Accounts locked down, it may be better aplying the GPO to the Computer and NOT the User. For me, Flash GPO installed to Computer whereas it fails for User.
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        Re: installing applications

        You can Assign the package via:
        Computer configuration - Software settings- Software installation
        Make sure the GPO applies to computer objects and also make sure that the users have got the right share and security permissions on the Source deployment folder if you have one setup.
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