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Step 2: Create a Program for the Package
1. Under the Packages node, select the Firefox App package to expand it.
2. Open the New Program Wizard (right-click Programs, and then select New >
Program).
3. On the General page, enter any program details you need, enter the program name,
for example: Firefox, click Browse, set files of type to All Files (*.*), select the
application installer file (in our example case: firefox.exe), click Open, type the silent
installer option -ms (in our example case: “firefox.exe” -ms) for installing firefox silently.
NOTE: The silent installation option varies for different applications.
4. On the Requirements page, select This program can run only on specified client
platforms, select only the All x86 Windows 7 option, and then click Next.
5. On the Environment page, set Program can run to the Whether or not a user is
logged on option, select the Run with Administrative Rights option, and then click
Next.
6. On the Advanced page, click Next.
7. On the Windows Installer page, click Next.
8. On the MOM Maintenance page, click Next.
9. On the Summary page, click Next.
10.After the wizard is completed, click Close. The program should appear under the
Program node of the respective package.
Step 3: Add a Distribution Point to the Software Package
1. Under the Packages node, select the Firefox App package to expand it.
2. Open the New Distribution Points Wizard (right-click Distribution Points, and then
select New > Distribution Points), and then click Next.
3. On the Copy Package page, select the servers that you want to designate as the
distribution points (other than PXE point), and then click Next.
4. After the wizard is completed, click Close. The distribution points should appear under
the Distribution Point node of the respective package.
5. Under the Packages node, select the Firefox App package to expand it.
6. Right-click Distribution Points, select Update Distribution Points, and then click
Yes. The package should be copied to all Distribution Points, except the PXE point.
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