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Methods of deploying through Group Policy Object (GPO)

    • Updated:
    • 20 Jun 2019
    • Product/Version:
    • Apex One 2019.All
    • Apex One All.All
    • OfficeScan 11.0
    • OfficeScan XG.All
    • Platform:
    • N/A N/A
Summary

Take advantage of Group Policy features to deploy Autopcc.exe or the MSI package simultaneously to multiple client computers. For instructions on creating an MSI file, refer to the following article: Installing the OfficeScan client using Client Packager.

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  1. On the Active Directory, run gpmsc.exe.

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  2. Add the created OfficeScan MSI package via login script:
    1. On the Group Policy Management, click the Domain Policy.
    2. Make sure that the user you want to enforce the login script for is part of the Security filtering.

      This example uses Ksa One user to run the MSI package upon logging in.

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  3. Right-click on Default Domain Policy and click Edit.

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  4. On the Group Policy Management Editor:
    1. Go to User Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Scripts (Logon/Logoff).
    2. Click Logon and then click Properties.

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  5. In Logon Properties, under the Scripts tab, click Add.

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  6. For Add Script, type the location of the created MSI package.
     
    Make sure that the MSI package is located in a shared folder and users have read and execute permission. For this example: (\\<OfficeScan or Apex One Server fqdn\ofcscan\msiinstaller.msi) > Click OK.

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    You can add /qn in the Script Parameters to do a silent install. It will run the MSI package in the background.
  7. Click OK.

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  1. On the Active Directory, run gpmsc.exe.

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  2. Add autopcc.exe via login script:
    1. On the Group Policy Management, click the Domain Policy.
    2. Make sure that the user you want to enforce the login script for is part of the Security filtering.

      This example uses Ksa One user to run the MSI package upon logging in.

  3. Right-click on Default Domain Policy and click Edit.

    Autopcc - GPO

  4. On the Group Policy Management Editor:
    1. Go to User Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Scripts (Logon/Logoff).
    2. Click Logon and then click Properties.

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  5. In Logon Properties, under the Scripts tab, click Add.

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  6. For Add Script, type the autopcc.exe location (\\<officescan or apex one server fqdn>\ofcscan\AutoPcc.exe).
  7. Click OK.

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    It should show that the path of AutoPcc.exe has been added.

  8. Click Ok.

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Users should run AutoPcc.exe upon logging in.

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Solution Id:
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