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accepted Deploying Office 2010 with MDT 2012 - Multiple Customisaton Files?
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comment Deploying Office 2010 with MDT 2012 - Multiple Customisaton Files?
Hi David, all worked fine, thanks. Just one small thing - in the second application, the Source Directory remains blank and cannot be edited, but as long as the Working Directory matches, it all works fine.
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comment Deploying Office 2010 with MDT 2012 - Multiple Customisaton Files?
Hi David. Thanks. So can I ask - the original application is using the /config switch, so if I understand that link correctly, I can ditch the /config switch because it will use that default config.xml file anyway, and I just need to create a new folder, outside of the Updates folder to place the msp files in. Then each application instance will use the /adminfile switch to use the relevant msp. Is that about correct? I'll be able to test this tomorrow and will report back.
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comment Adding Drivers To MDT 2012 Deployment Share
Perfect! Thank you - that's cleared things up for me!
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Thanks Chris. You have confirmed what I feared - standard edition being a no-go. Looks like I'll have go an ask for money to buy an enterprise licence :(
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comment Issuing Computer Certificates to Non-Domain Members (Enterprise CA)
Actually just dug a bit further and found that this is a limitation of 2003 Std. See Link : serverfault.com/questions/252544/… Back to the drawing board then :(
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comment Publishing Activesync through TMG with client certificates (403.7 Forbidden)
Tristan, thanks. You've help clear things up for me. That incorrect walkthrough has had me running round in circles for days! Thanks for the link too, very helpful :)
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comment Publishing Activesync through TMG with client certificates (403.7 Forbidden)
Tristan, thanks for the reply. So basically the walkthrough I linked is wrong, since it says to 'Require Client Certificates' in IIS on the Exchange box? As soon as I change to ignore/accept certificates it works fine. Now you say it, it seems obvious, since it would make sense that it's not possible for a server to pass a client cert on to another. Can I just clarify - client certs replace the need for username/password on a device, right? Is there any way to require both? Thanks in advance...