Trying to install ISA Client to domain users via GPO with no success

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    JDMils
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    I have the ISA Client 2004 on a public share. I’ve created a GPO which is set to install the client on all domain workstations on OU “Test”.

    I’ve found that if the user is not a local admin of his workstation, the installation will silently fail. If I make the user a local admin the install proceeds OK.

    Is it possible to install an MSI using a GPO with elevated priviledges without using 3rd party apps?

    Also, once I get the above to work, is there a way to configure the client to point to a defined ISA Server?

    We have two ISA Servers in two sites and I want to make sure all the users in a site point to their local ISA Server.

    Note: The reason I want to use a GPO is because the facility is there. If I use a script, then I would have to encode the installation so users do not see the RunAs credentials.

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