I created a Batch distribution package. The .bat file basically first creates a folder on the root drive of the target PC. The copies a series of files from a network resource and lastly runs the .exe file that was copied to the created folder.
On XP this works flawlessly. On Vista PCs the folder is created, the files are copied, but the exe never runs. On the target PC I get the "Interactive Message" popup and in LANDesk it says that a restart is needed. I assume that the message is that the system needs a restart, however There should not be any reason for the system to be restarted. There is no user interface for the exe. It creates a registry key in the run folder opens a tcp listening port and places itself into the system tray.
The XP machines do not have to be restarted.
Any help would be appreciated.