MIS Systems Thread, connect.ini... anyone have a working one that they could share? in Technical; Originally Posted by vikpaw
yes. I've only ever installed it with simsinst, installing the parts separately was only ever for ...
5th July 2011, 03:19 PM #16
Wow you learn something new every day. I just followed how the LA showed me to install.
Originally Posted by vikpaw
So are there commandline switches for things like the components to install or something?
Better yet can you point me to some documentation on this?
Or is just a case of /s and its all installed and ready to go?
Last edited by sparkeh; 5th July 2011 at 03:21 PM.
6th July 2011, 09:31 AM #17
- Rep Power
Thanks for all the responses... as was correctly identified I was looking in connect.ini, hadn't found sims.ini! Put that in and boom, it works. Now just to sort out permissions. Am I right in thinking our teaching staff group have to have Admin user permissions for this to work? Is this something that is commonly given or do people have other ways to deal with upgrades?
6th July 2011, 09:55 AM #18
Look at simsperm.bat in your S drive somewhere. Also if you search on here, there is a listing of equivalent group policy settings, and i think someone has modified for windows 7 too.
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