An MSI package is deployed (distributed) using a Group Policy Object.

To create a Group Policy Object:

1.Create a Container or Organizational Unit.

2.Open the Active Directory Users and Computers window.

3.In the console tree, right-click your domain, and then select New.

4.Select Organizational Unit.

5.Provide a name for the container and uncheck the checkbox Protect container from accidental deletion so as to be able to delete this container later. If checkbox is marked, it is not possible to delete this container.

6.In the same Active Directory Users and Computers window, add to the Container the users and machines for which the policy needs to be applied. New domain users and computers can be created in this container.

Alternatively you can move the users from the USERS account to the container and machine accounts from COMPUTERS account to the container. Moving the users or machines prompts a warning.

7.Click on the Start button.

8.Go to Programs.

9.Select Administrative Tools and then select Group Policy Management.

10.Expand the tree for your domain and select the newly created container or organizational unit.

11.Right-click and select Create a GPO in this domain, and Link it here….

12. Provide a name for the GPO and click the OK button to close the window. The GPO is added to the container and also to the Group Policy Objects list.

13.Right-click the GPO in the container and select Edit to open the Group Policy Management Editor. Select how you want the policy installed. If you assign the application to a user, it is installed when the user logs on to the computer. If you assign the application to a computer, it is installed when the computer starts.