abens Absent Member.
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iPrint Bundle and Interactive Services Detection

I created a simple application bundle to deploy the iPrint client for Win 7 boxes (the one for XP works fine). It goes to run and I get a Interactive Services Detection window where I have to View the Message and there is the iPrint client waiting to run. It does the same thing with nipp-s. It's an easy app where I run the exe from a OES/Linux nss volume, Dynamic Administrator with Admin credentials. Does anyone know how to get around this ISD from Microsoft.

Under details it's show's the following

Message title: WinZip Self-Extractor - nipp.exe
Program path: \\<server-name>\volume\path\nipp.exe

This problem occurs when a program is not fully compatible with Windows.

Do we have to extract the nipp to run it?:p
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Re: iPrint Bundle and Interactive Services Detection


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Re: iPrint Bundle and Interactive Services Detection

No idea about the ISD right now, however for deployment of iPrint I used the download/install-way: Download the nipp-s to some temp location, execute as secure system user.
For those small applications I use it for 2 reasons: 1) No need to use a DAU 2) No need to worry about distribution across LAN/WAN
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