problems assinging applications to computers

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Well i am facing problems when i assing application packages to computer
rather then user.
during the boot i see progress of package installation , but when i loggin
the packlage is no where to be found ?

whats can be wrong ? i have tried installing the same package manually from
the same share ..
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  1. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.active_directory (More info?)

    Sounds like the installation is failing. Check the event logs and pay
    particular attention to scecli, userenv or windows installer errors.

    Cross ref. the errors with www.eventid.net and/ or post them back here.

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    Paul Williams
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  2. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.active_directory (More info?)

    "S t i n g r a y" wrote:
    > Well i am facing problems when i assing application packages
    > to computer
    > rather then user.
    > during the boot i see progress of package installation , but
    > when i loggin
    > the packlage is no where to be found ?
    >
    > whats can be wrong ? i have tried installing the same package
    > manually from
    > the same share ..

    Hi,

    Make sure it is a UNC path and not a mapped drive you are using. Make
    sure the Domain Computers GROUP Has read NTFS permissions to the
    Share.

    Cheers,

    Lara

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