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    Default Group Policy Object (GPO) Problem

    So i've got a Client PC using Windows 7 Professional and a Server using SBS2008. I need to configure this GPO i made in order to get a .msi file to auto-install when i logon to the client or atleast see the file available in Get Programs under Control Panel. Heres the catch; i need to do this using Computer Configuration not User Configuration. So i cant actually Publish the .msi file, instead im Assigning it to the Client.

    Any/All help is appreciated!

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    Default Re: Group Policy Object (GPO) Problem

    I know how to create a GPO and assign it. Its just that the .msi file itself aint showing up/installing once i boot or logon to my client PC. Im going to try another .msi file and see whether that works. There IS another problem though. I cant seem to Enforce the GPO to make it work in the first place. Chances are thats the main-problem. I'll post again with my results (Depending if someone else has posted or not).
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