Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, PCE 3007 autoupdate in Technical; Glad you guys told me this before I updated!!...
15th June 2009, 12:41 PM #16
Glad you guys told me this before I updated!!
16th June 2009, 08:34 AM #17
Link2ICT were somewhat aware of this problem as it had been reported by other schools. They say they are working with Forensics to sort out a patch and will let schools know as soon as it's been resolved. If they knew this was a problem, why still advise schools to update? Ridiculous really.
16th June 2009, 10:18 AM #18
I wanted to ask, anyone who setup prism did you manage to put the prism package on a share on the server or did you have to create a package for it?
If so do you know where we could get hold of an msi for it?
What we are thinking at our site is to deploy an eportal link on all users desktop and then force all users to use that or we could have a link on our webpage to run the app.
My technician is looking into it and has managed to deploy the prism software but if the link is clicked it then shows the prism app which then needs a user to define the website that they want to go to.
Is there anyway to automate this?
your help would be most appreciated.
16th June 2009, 10:34 AM #19
Originally Posted by ranj
Install the prism app on 1 computer and set it up to use eportal.
Go to c:\documents and settings\username\application data\prism
There should be a folder with random characters in there. Open that folder and inside there will be a folder called webapps.
Copy the webapps folder to an accessible server share (mines J:\)
Install prism on all required PC's (i used ghost)
Copy the e-portal shortcut from the desktop BUT change the Start in folder to the location of the webapps folder on your shared drive. ie: J:\WebApps
Make sure users have permission on the folder and it should work ..
Thats how i've done it.
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