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    Hello i have a question. I have a 2003 server here at home, now i have AD,DNS,file Server en DHCP installed. I made a OU and a group in the OU. Now i have a user Tjan, made him member of the OU. Now i have a harddisk S: and shared it i made a map in it called Adminpak$ also shared and in the map there is the file adminpak.msi. I opened GPMC en made a GPO for the OU named Tools. Now i click adit on the GPO. Then i go to user settings and by software installation i clicked new package in the new window i typed //serverIP/S/Adminpak$/adminpak.msi and Published it. Now when i login on the workstation and go to add programs for your network i dont see adminpak.msi there. What did i do wrong


    greets Davano

  • #2
    Re: GPO adminpak.msi

    I've never tried it before but I don't think you can use a hidden share for software deployment.

    Try running a GPResult as well, to make sure that the correct policy is applied.
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    • #3
      Re: GPO adminpak.msi

      Did you reboot your computer (PC)? Running gpupdate /force and logging off will not suffice.

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      • #4
        Re: GPO adminpak.msi

        Thanks for the reply's


        Yes i did restart the computer, but didn't work. I see in the gpresult that only the default domein policy is loaded. I will attach the gp.txt file

        i now changed the share Adminpak$. I now have the harddisk shared under the name S and a map in it Adminpak and there in the adminpak.msi

        I removed the GPO and made a new one like \\NOORDER\S\Adminpak\adminpak.msi and published it

        But still don't see anything to add.


        Greets Davano
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        Last edited by Davano; 10th November 2009, 00:16.

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        • #5
          Re: GPO adminpak.msi

          Check the security permissions on the shared folder. Make sure that "Everyone" or "Authenticated User" have read & execute permissions and "System" has full control permissions.

          gpresult:

          1. I did notice you have a slow link. (Connected over a slow link?: Yes)
          2. You have no policies applied other than default domain policy.

          Applied Group Policy Objects
          -----------------------------
          Default Domain Policy

          The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out
          -------------------------------------------------------------------
          Local Group Policy
          Filtering: Not Applied (Empty)


          Run gpupdate /force on your computer and reboot then run gpresult again to see if you get the same result.

          Make sure you assign a policy to the OU you've created.

          Are you creating a policy under Computer Configuration or User Configuration?

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          • #6
            Re: GPO adminpak.msi

            Thx for the reply

            I changed the permissions on the shared folder like you sad.
            Is it bad to have a slow link (its now fast).
            And i have a GPO on the OU.
            Al post the new gp.txt and a screen of the OU.
            I creaed the policy under User Configuration

            Greets Davano
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            • #7
              Re: GPO adminpak.msi

              I see you haven't put the user in an OU and kept Ton Jensen under CN=Users in AD. Create an OU (ex: Office Users), move Ton Jensen to that OU and apply the GPO there.

              I think this is why you don't see your "AdminTools" Policy being applied under:

              USER SETTINGS
              --------------
              CN=Ton Jansen,CN=Users,DC=leerboekwindows,DC=nl
              Last time Group Policy was applied: 11/10/2009 at 10:23:07 PM
              Group Policy was applied from: noorder.leerboekwindows.nl
              Group Policy slow link threshold: 500 kbps
              Applied Group Policy Objects
              -----------------------------
              Default Domain Policy
              The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out
              -------------------------------------------------------------------
              Local Group Policy
              Filtering: Not Applied (Empty)

              I ran gpresult on my PC and the following is the output for User Settings:

              USER SETTINGS
              --------------
              CN=MyName,OU=IT,OU=Office Users,DC=mydomain,DC=com
              Last time Group Policy was applied: 11/11/2009 at 10:12:29 AM
              Group Policy was applied from: dc.mydomain.com
              Group Policy slow link threshold: 500 kbps
              Applied Group Policy Objects
              -----------------------------
              Folder Redirect
              Offline Files Synchronization
              Control Panel Settings
              Monitoring Scripts
              Groups Drive Mapping Logon Script
              How-To Drive Mapping Logon Script
              Auto-Reconnect Logon Script
              Software Published
              Printer Mapping Logon Script
              Windows Startup Programs
              Default Domain Policy
              Local Group Policy
              The following GPOs were not applied because they were filtered out
              -------------------------------------------------------------------
              Group Policy Mod
              Filtering: Not Applied (Empty)

              Where it says "Software Published" above; this is my GPO for excatly what you're trying to acheive.

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              • #8
                Re: GPO adminpak.msi

                Thx for the reply

                i deleted Ton Janssen and add him on the OU. And indeed now it works thanks allot for the help.

                So if i make a OU and a group in the OU and make the User Tjan in the group Users and make him a member of the group i made on the OU it won't work ?


                Greets Davano

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                • #9
                  Re: GPO adminpak.msi

                  This article may help: http://windowsitpro.com/article/arti...ity-group.html


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