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Any command line switches for remote install of this VPN application?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by StumpedTechy, Jul 17, 2006.

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  1. StumpedTechy

    StumpedTechy Thread Starter

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    I have a user who has for 3 months not shown up to have her PC serviced.
    The problem is an old version of this same application rendered remote desktop unuseable! I get some kind of error that is caused by a gina.dll problem which was casued from the old versions install onto the XP machine.

    The application I now have is -
    Check Point VPN-1 SecuRemote/SecuClient NG with apllication intelligence (R55)

    When I do the install I have to make 2 selections. SecuRemote (not SecuClient) and then to apply it to all adapters (not just the dial up adapters).

    I need to find command line switches for this but there are none when I do a /? at the end. I know not all exe's keep swich help files as I have seen many exes with hidden switches... Can I find a way to do this remotely?
     
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    Could you repackage it as an MSI. Wouldn't that give you the ability to create an answer file?

    I know that is how my friend is doing it on his Novell network now. We use to create Snapshots but that is becoming a thing of the past now.
     
  3. StumpedTechy

    StumpedTechy Thread Starter

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    Believe it or not I have never used/created an MSI file....

    I'll look into it though I know last time it looked daunting.
     
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