Startup script

Prepare a startup script (.bat file) with the essential parameters

1.Press the Windows key + R key, type notepad.EXE into the Run dialog box, and then press Enter.

2.When notepad opens, enter the following code:
 
msiexec /i "<path_to_msi_file>" NO_DOMAIN_ADMIN_MODE=1 ADDLOCAL="Credential_Provider,Win_Credential_Provider" /qn /L*v "c:\esa_install_log.txt"
 
where the <path_to_msi_file> must be replaced with a valid Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path (network path) to the shared installer package (for example, \\fileserver\share\filename.MSI). The code must be in-line.


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Terms

Credential_Provider stands for RDP login protection, Win_Credential_Provider stands for Windows Login protection. See MSI arguments for more information.

3.In Notepad, click File > Save As, select All Files from the Save as type drop-down menu and enter: esainstall.bat as the file name.

Deployment of startup script

1.Open Group Policy Management, locate your domain, right-click the desired group policy, then select Edit.

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2.In Group Policy Management Editor, under your domain policy, expand Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings, right-click Startup, and select Properties.

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3.Click Add > Browse and browse for the esainstall.bat file uploaded to the shared folder of your AD domain, click Open and then click OK.

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4.Click OK to apply the changes and close the Startup Properties window.