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    deploy s/mime via gpo

    Ok this has got me stuck I need to deploy this to all machines on our network but cant and there does not seem to be a msi It is a known problem with IE7 and exchange 2003 sp1 that caused this and now i have got to deploy it somehow. Any idears would be welcome.

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    Is this for OWA?
    Found this on the net....
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../aa998939.aspx
    Hope it helps?

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    I do believe it supports switches (the exe installer) so maybe a startup vbs script that checks to see if one of the installed files exists and if not runs the exe with the switches?

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    I like your idea zero but I am not good at building vbs at all i do try without sucess most of the time and mine are very basic.

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    Something like:
    Code:
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    If objFSO.FileExists("Location of a file created by install") Then
          'do nothing
    Else
          WshShell.run "path to file with switches for install",2,True
    end if

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    I have an MSI wrapper that basically creates an msi to run a setup.exe with silent installation, and to run the uninstaller to remove it.

    Not perfect but near as dam it.
    It does not have anyform of EULA or website offering it so it should be considered freeware. If you want it i can host it up somewhere

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    Or you could get your own copy of WIWW from:
    http://www.vinsvision.com/Articles/t...5/Default.aspx
    It should allow you to use that although I have never got it to work properly.

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    excellent newer ver than mine, been trying to find a new version for a while cheers

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