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    i have domain windows server 2003 i need script which copying script with extension .exe in system32 workstation?
    thanks

  • #2
    Re: copy file in system 32

    Have a look at robocopy -- comes as standard on Server 2003 IIRC
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    • #3
      Re: copy file in system 32

      i would use the gpo, but i don't know how?

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      • #4
        Re: copy file in system 32

        ????
        Can you explain in more detail what you are trying to do, and how GPO comes into it?
        Are you trying to copy the same file to every workstation in a domain?
        If so, what OS?
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        • #5
          Re: copy file in system 32

          i'm trying silent installation of avira personal free 10. in the guide there's file cwnd.exe which must to be in system 32. the guide is in address
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          i want to copy this file to every workstation in domain. OS is windows xp pro on workstations
          Last edited by biggles77; 29th March 2010, 14:01.

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          • #6
            Re: copy file in system 32

            i have solution for this situation but there's one more problem. how start this installation file antivirpec.exe with startup script. i made antivir.bat script for start installation with start computer

            Code:
            @echo off
            \\server01\partition\antivirpec.exe
            i puted this script in gpo/computer configuration/windowssettings/startup

            but the script doesn't work
            why?
            the permissions on share folder partition are: share permission change and ntfs modify for authenticated user

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            • #7
              Re: copy file in system 32

              Does the script run manually?
              Does RSoP show the script is being applied?
              Tom Jones
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              • #8
                Re: copy file in system 32

                Originally posted by gogi100 View Post
                i'm trying silent installation of avira personal free 10. in the guide there's file cwnd.exe which must to be in system 32. the guide is in address
                LINK REMOVED BY MODERATOR
                i want to copy this file to every workstation in domain. OS is windows xp pro on workstations
                If it is the personal edition, then it's only licensed for one PC therefore check it out as you may be breaching their licensing terms.
                Last edited by biggles77; 29th March 2010, 14:00.
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                • #9
                  Re: copy file in system 32

                  i install free version avira on workstation. 35 workstations, i install 35 avira free edition and every workstation uses his version, nothing other.

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                  • #10
                    Re: copy file in system 32

                    i install free version avira on workstation. 35 workstations, i install 35 avira free edition and every workstation uses his version, nothing other.

                    Originally posted by gogi100 View Post
                    echo off @
                    \\server01\particija\antivirpec.exe
                    but script doesn't work. share folder have share and ntfs permission authenticated user modify. domain user have right local administrator that i could install avira.

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                    • #11
                      Re: copy file in system 32

                      Originally posted by gogi100 View Post
                      i install free version avira on workstation. 35 workstations, i install 35 avira free edition and every workstation uses his version, nothing other.


                      but script doesn't work. share folder have share and ntfs permission authenticated user modify. domain user have right local administrator that i could install avira.
                      By using in such a manner you are breaching the licence agreement for the software.

                      Can this please be closed as we do NOT condone the use of software in this manner.

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                      • #12
                        Re: copy file in system 32

                        Thread closed and all links removed.

                        gogi100, because of your post count we will assume this is a misunderstanding on your part and you haven't deliberately attempted to breach the EULA of the software. As a result of this belief you will receive a warning Infraction instead of a ban.
                        Last edited by biggles77; 29th March 2010, 14:16.
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