You can start a App-V package locally without a Management Server / SCCM / HTTP server by doing the following: 1) Open the OSD and change the header to: <SOFTPKG GUID=”33025D63-0D68-44E9-A030-5B524CEC2774″ NAME=”Babylon 220.127.116.11″ VERSION=”18.104.22.168″> <IMPLEMENTATION> <CODEBASE HREF=”file://c:/virt/BABABYLO.E01/BABABYLO.E01.sft” GUID=”F27551F9-ACF7-478F-B505-72B29E7223EE” PARAMETERS=”” FILENAME=”BABABYLO.E01\Babylon.exe” SYSGUARDFILE=”BABABYLO.E01\osguard.cp” SIZE=”406834067″ /> 2) Import the following reg entries: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\SoftGrid\4.5\Client\Configuration] […]
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Here is an example how to set the static IP address if the name is known: if /i %computername% EQU SERVER “”netsh interface ipv4 set address “Local Area Connection” static 22.214.171.124 255.255.254.0 126.96.36.199 Can’t get the solution to work? Contact me and let me do the trick.
To join a domain in Windows 2008 the syntax is a bit changed from Windows 2003. The correct syntax is: netdom.exe join %COMPUTERNAME% /domain:DOMAINNAME /userD:administrator /passwordD:* Can’t get the solution to work? Contact me and let me do the trick.
In Windows 2008 and in Windows 7 the wait command is replaced by the Timeout command; For a timeout / wait of 10 seconds the command is: timeout /T 10 This works in PowerShell and also in Command Prompt. Can’t get the solution to work? Contact me and let me do the trick. […]