Category: Deployment Examples

Java’s quarterly release for July 19, 2016 (Java 8 update 101) contains fixes for security vulnerabilities. Admins are advised to apply this critical patch to systems as soon as possible to protect against potential attacks. Here’s a quick guide to silently install Java 8 and then manage Java settings for added security and control. Below […]

Let’s get WinZip deployed to your computers. After you silently install WinZip, you’ll then define the settings you want on all devices in your network. Below is a video that will walk you through all the steps. Silently Install WinZip Because WinZip is a paid product (you’ll need your own license handy), it’s not available […]

There are a few ways to remotely install printer drivers. This post will cover two methods, using a print server and setting up an IP port. Both of these methods are also covered in a tutorial done at a webcast. A recording of this webcast is available below. Let’s dive in! Remotely Install Printer Drivers […]

Microsoft has really gone all-in when it comes to alerting (some would say “annoying”) their Windows 7 and 8.1 users about upgrading to Windows 10. As a sys admin, you’re probably wanting to disable Windows 10 upgrade notice for all of your computers. (Note: These notifications do not occur in the Enterprise and Embedded editions […]

You’ve got some users that need access to Adobe Photoshop or Dreamweaver perhaps…that’s where deploying Adobe Creative Cloud comes in. This post will have two parts. First you will make configurations using the Creative Cloud Packager, then you will create a deployment package to silently install Adobe Creative Cloud. Note: These steps will ONLY work […]

Death, taxes, and a new Java update…all inevitable. The worst of it is silently installing Java doesn’t always go smoothly. Let’s go over some of the most frequently seen Java errors and how you can get them resolved and on to the rest of your day. Most Common Java Errors 1603 Error The Java 1603 […]

There are two major zero day vulnerabilities for QuickTime for Windows…and the fix? Uninstall it. According to TrendMicro, Apple has indicated they will not fix these as QuickTime for Windows will no longer be receiving updates. It is recommended that QuickTime is uninstalled as quickly as possible. (Read more here.) Uninstalling QuickTime Package Library users […]

You’re needing to install Office 2016 on several machines on your network. You can silently install Office 2016, and with a little prep work you can get a deployment underway in no time at all. To start, you’ll need to create a MSP file using the Office Customization tool that’s ready for deployment. Note: These […]

It’s that time again. You guessed it, another fun-filled Tuesday with no less than a new Java update. Or, if you’re getting tired of checking for (or being surprised by…) another critical Java update. Maybe it’s time to schedule an Auto Deployment for Java. Automate a Silent Install for Java 8 Using the Package Library […]