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What's the difference between install and launch?

I am a newbie for ZENworks.
In a Windows bundle, there are different “action sets”: Install, Launch, Verify, Uninstall, Terminate.
What's the difference between install and launch under action sets?

Thanks
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Re: What's the difference between install and launch?

suntiezheng;2496899 wrote:
I am a newbie for ZENworks.
In a Windows bundle, there are different “action sets”: Install, Launch, Verify, Uninstall, Terminate.
What's the difference between install and launch under action sets?

Thanks


Maybe this helps: https://support.microfocus.com/kb/doc.php?id=7001543

Thomas
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Re: What's the difference between install and launch?

Suntiezheng,
> What's the difference between install and launch under action sets?


What Thomsa says, but briefly:
Stuff under "Launch" will happen every time you launch the app
Stuff under "install" will happen one time, when first run (unless your
verify)

So "Install" will put tuff there to run, "Launch" till run it.

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