Anand I am desperately trying to fathom the syntax of the config.xml, amongst other issues. Would you be able to email me (minus your key) a copy of your working config.xml script? I need a working model to compare with. Thanks Craig On 2/10/08 21:22, "Anand Narine" <anand.narine@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I have deployed Office2k7 successfully, not using MSP files. I just edited > the config.xml file > and entered the CD key. Are you deploying the app at computer startup or user > login ? > > On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 1:25 PM, Darren Mar-Elia <darren@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> Craig- >> Two issues here. The first, the Office deployment--what does GPMC Results >> Wizard say if you run it against that computer? >> >> With respect to rgprefresh failing, it requires remote WMI access both from >> a network and permissions perspective. If it fails, it means something is >> wrong with that access. If there is no firewall, my guess would be >> sufficient permissions are not present or the machine's secure channel trust >> with the domain is broken. >> >> Darren >> >> >> -----Original Message----- >> From: gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gptalk-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On >> Behalf Of Craig Judd >> Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2008 1:38 AM >> To: gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >> Subject: [gptalk] Ok having said I never ask for help, I have a O2K7 >> deployment problem >> >> GPOLIST People >> >> Hi, I have recently decided to add a custom install of Enterprise Office >> 2007 to our list of deployed apps. It sits in its own test OU as a single >> Group Policy object. But in essence is exactly the same as any other >> application object we have deployed. >> >> I have tested the installation using the enterprise share, and running the >> silent setup.exe (which references the UPDATE folder and runs an MSP file >> for the credentials.) >> >> I know that the GPO runs the ENTERPRISEWW.msi and refers to the CONFIG.XML >> file which was made from the same data that is contained in the MSP file >> (manually entered ) >> >> I deployed the object 2 nights ago, and whilst running the RSOP I don't see >> the application deployed successfully I do see that it appears in the list >> of POLICIES APPLIED. >> >> There is no sign of the app on the machine in any way whatsoever. I have >> checked all rights to the share, and file level, and have applied DOMAIN >> COMPUTER READ writes to the object itself and to the application.(the same >> as for all other apps) >> >> When I run DARRENS RGPREFRESH utility it comes back with the following; >> C:\>rgprefresh /m:pgscurr-phys01 /force >> >> Refresh Failed!!! >> >> at System.Management.ManagementScope.Initialize() >> at System.Management.ManagementScope.Connect() >> at gpoguy.com.RGPrefresh.Main(String args) >> >> Check to make sure target does not have a firewall enabled >> >> There is NO FIREWALL, and I can see C$ on the machine no problem. >> >> Any ideas? Anyone? >> >> Regards >> >> Craig Judd >> PGS - UK >> >> >> *********************** >> You can unsubscribe from gptalk by sending email to >> gptalk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by >> logging into the freelists.org <http://freelists.org/> Web interface. >> Archives for the list are >> available at http://www.freelists.org/archives/gptalk/ >> ************************ >> >> *********************** >> You can unsubscribe from gptalk by sending email to >> gptalk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by >> logging into the freelists.org <http://freelists.org/> Web interface. >> Archives for the list are available at >> http://www.freelists.org/archives/gptalk/ >> ************************ > > Parkstone Grammar School has taken every reasonable precaution to ensure that any attachment to this email has been swept for viruses. However, the school cannot accept liability for any damage sustained as a result of software viruses and would advise that you carry out your own virus check before opening any attachment. If you have any queries please contact ICT Support at Parkstone Grammar School.