AnthonyParticipantOctober 11, 2017 at 9:41 pmPost count: 1
I wanted to see if anyone can help with this question and I hope i make sense.
I would like to deploy an application where either if a user is logged on or if they are not logged on.
If the user is logged on I want them to see the install, if they are not logged on I want the software to install.
I’m creating the application in SCCM and deploying via Application Deployment method, I have the deployment type in sccm, the User Experience set to Install for system, only when a user is logged on. Allow users to view and interact with the program installation. This works for users that are logged on.
Would I need to create another deployment type in the Application Deployment Method and set the User Experience to install for system only when a user is not logged on? and set the priority to 1 or 2?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
JT-65ParticipantOctober 12, 2017 at 2:46 pmPost count: 13
I still use package deployments (just because I don’t see any reason to change), and I’ve only deployed one so far using this toolkit, but I can tell you it worked just the way you described. The Deploy-Application script monitors the environment and will prompt the user, if there is one, or will proceed with the installation if no one is logged in. I didn’t have to use any command-line switches. I just deployed Deploy-Application.exe
I set my programs to deploy whether or not there is a user logged on, and I allow users to interact with the program.
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