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mtomecki

Using GPO auto deployment, it's only deploying to some computers not all.

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Using GPO auto deployment, it's only deploying to some computers not all.

The majority of the users use windows 7.

Is there anything I can check, any reason why it might only be deploying to some computers and not all?

We have auto deployed several other applications to all and they worked okay.

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Hi,

 

Could be that the clients are having errors during installation, which will cause the msi to roll back.

 

Try manually installing on 1 workstation that would not complete the install via gpo.

Could be driver conflict. What was previous security product ?

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Manuel installing on the PC works fine, I can remote install as well.

I have had a look in RSOP and and under software settings I can see a software installation for the 32 bit installation and the 64 bit installation. Under the origin column for 32 it says "default domain policy" and under 64 is says "Autodeploy". So I tried to force gpupdate and restarted the PC several times but nothing appears to be changing.

 

We used to have Kaspersky.

 

I have also had a look gpresult and that appears correct, autodeploy falls under applied group policy object.

 

WSUS does not appear to have updated in about 6 months either, I manually updated it yesterday, which I kind of regret because it would be good to find out why GPO is not working for that either....

 

Thank you very much for your help.

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Sometimes it doesn't hurt to walk back through the basics ....

Workstations didn't fall off the domain ? On Correct domain ? ( remove 1 client and add back, run gpudupdate force again )

( boot client to safe mode, try running a cleanuptool, ESET has an Uninstaller, which will look for driver issues of other security products )

Permissions or ACL to share where msi is located is all good ?

 

You have a gpo for wsus on your server ? Or you mean the gpo telling clients to update from wsus is not working ?

 

No problem for the help. Hope you get it figured out.

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