I am new...so please execuse me in this process. I am trying to run a MSI file with switchs as an admin account. Basically, I am deploying a software package to users on the domain, and I need them to be able to click on the .exe I created. They will need admin rights to run the .exe, which in turn installs the MSI files. So far I have created a .exe file that runs the MSI file. Using the following code Runwait('msiexec /i CiscoJabberSetup.msi /qn ALLUSERS=2 CLEAR=1 SERVICES_DOMAIN=sitedomain')
For your remote users, are you going to store the network credentials in the install script? Also, RunAs does not give you full admin rights (Admin Token), even if the user has admin right on the PC. You have to use a workaround of re-execution. Here is an example script. Global $sAdminUser = "USERNAME"
Global $sAdminPassword = "PASSWORD"
Global $sDomain = "AD"
Global $iLogOnFlag = 0
Global $sParameters = ""
;Elevate with the Admin account.
If @UserName <> $sAdminUser And Not IsAdmin