I have an application that needs to be installed on all computers. The installation files are located on 1 server in 2 different shares. The share that contains setup.exe is a standard share and the share that contains the other installation files is on the same server but in a hidden share. The setup.exe files calls on files in the hidden share to complete its installation
I can log into a PC and browse to \\appserver\install and run setup.exe and the application installs sucessfully. The application will also install sucessfully if a normanl user is logged on and run the setup.exe using RunAs with admin credentials.
I am having an issue using LANDesk and deploying the package. I created a Distribution Package and pointed it to \\appserver\install\setup.exe. I created a Push Delivery Method using Run from Source. I create a scheduled task that uses my package and delievery method. I then deploy the package. On the computer, I get an application error that it cannot open \\appserver\config$\file Now, as a normal user, I can browse to that file and run it, so I am thinking the issue is with LANDesk using the Local System account and trying to access the \\appserver\config$ share. On all shares, I have the Everyone Group and the Domain Computers group with Read Access.
Any idea? Is it possible to run a package with admin rights instead of using Local System?