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    for SCCM application deployment so the toolkit runs for both the logged in user and the system.
    Add the ServiceUIx86 or x64 to the root of your package where the deploy-application sits

    you need to set the following user experience:
    install behaviour – install for system
    Logon requirement – whether or not a user is logged on
    Installation program visibility – Hidden

    under the program tab:
    Browse to your package and select the ServiceUI x86 or x64 and select open it should read as follows
    installation program – “ServiceUIx86.exe” Deploy-Application.exe

    tick the run as 32 bit process on 64 bit clients if you are using the x86 ServiceUI

    Deploy your application and it should work.

    I’ve read a few issues around this with ServiceUI and the ones i have read had the installation as “ServiceUIx86.exe Deploy-Application.exe” this didn’t work for me until I changed it to “ServiceUIx86.exe” Deploy-Application.exe

    Hope this helps

  • Lee
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    for SCCM application deployment so the toolkit runs for both the logged in user and the system.
    Add the ServiceUIx86 or x64 to the root of your package where the deploy-application sits

    you need to set the following user experience:
    install behaviour – install for system
    Logon requirement – whether or not a user is logged on
    Installation program visibility – Hidden

    under the program tab:
    Browse to your package and select the ServiceUI x86 or x64 and select open it should read as follows
    installation program – “ServiceUIx86.exe” Deploy-Application.exe

    tick the run as 32 bit process on 64 bit clients if you are using the x86 ServiceUI

    Deploy your application and it should work.

    I’ve read a few issues around this with ServiceUI and the ones i have read had the installation as “ServiceUIx86.exe Deploy-Application.exe” this didn’t work for me until I changed it to “ServiceUIx86.exe” Deploy-Application.exe

    Hope this helps

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