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Package flags, part 2
I found my more detailed notes on the package flags. A couple of corrections: The flag β€œ524288” specifically tells whether an app is published or assigned – it’s set for assigned, unset for published. 8 is typically set for published apps and cleared for assigned. I promised code. private void SearchAD(string target, string policy, string policyname) { DirectoryEntry entry = null; try { entry = new DirectoryEntry(policy); } catch (COMException Ex) { toolStripStatusLabel1.Text = "Couldn't connect ......

Posted On Sunday, February 25, 2007 3:28 AM

My, how time flies.
Sorry about the delay. Last time I dug into the SYSVOL portion of app distribution via Group Policy. This time, the Active Directory side. I'm sure you already know that the net result of GP distribution is that if the user is in the appropriate group, the app appears in Add/Remove programs. The file on the Sysvol is important -- we've seen cases where for some reason the .AAS file disappeared; when it did, the app stopped appearing in Add/Remove Programs. The other half is, of course, in Active ......

Posted On Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:17 AM

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