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Launch your browser and visit the Zoom download center. · Go to Download Center, and click on Download for IT Admin. · Click Download MSI which. Open Group Policy Management from Start –> Administrative Tools –> Group Policy Management. If it is not installed, go to the Server Manager . Zoom Silent Install (MSI) · Download the to a folder created at (C:\Downloads) · Open an Elevated Command Prompt by Right-Clicking on.
 
 

 

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Sep 02,  · Installing Zoom via GPO 1) Edit the msi with OCRA to include the switches 2) Call the msi with a batch file 3) Have it install normally, and then use Zoom’s own custom GPOs to ammend the settings. Jun 28,  · If you also want to deploy the Outlook plugin via GPO script, install using a logon script. Options: 1. Install: msiexec /package /lex 2. Silent install: msiexec /i /quiet /qn /norestart /log 3. Auto-update: Disabled by default. To enable, append ZoomAutoUpdate=”true” to your install choice. On the group policy editor screen, expand the Computer configuration folder and locate the following item. Right-click on the Software installation folder and select the option to add a package. Select the MSI package using the network share. Select the ASSIGNED g: zoom.

 
 

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I recently found out that when installing the Zoom Desktop Client for Windows that it is installed on a per user basis. I would like to know how to install for all users so that when I update Zoom from my domain profile it will update the client for that computer for all users that login. I do not want to use a GPO as it is only for 5 computers. I appreciate the response on this and although it is helpful it isn’t quite what I am looking for. This inquiry is for a handful of shared computers where our users may not login but once a month with Covid it may be longer now and they already get pretty irritated that they have to wait for the Windows updates to be applied to their user profile, having to update the Zoom client in addition to the user profile is already irritating them as it is.

Any additional suggestions are appreciated. Also, I’d consider a daily restart script on those PCs to process the pending updates without user interaction. Hi Userone I’m having the same issue so I tried to follow your instructions but I can’t see how to run the msi file with admin rights.

If I right-click on the ZoomInstallerFull. If I right click on any. And if I select “Install” then it doesn’t install it in the Program Files folder, and it isn’t made available to all users.

It’s okay I found the answer here. You have to install it via the command line, not in File Explorer. Zoom Community. Supporting a Hybrid-friendly Work Environment Explore products and tools for seamless collaboration across office and home working spaces. Download Zoom Client Keep your Zoom client up to date to access the latest features.

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Thanks in advance! All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Ohkawa Participant. Hi, Chris In the account settings, you can request updates from the logged-in user. In response to Ohkawa. Hello Ohkawa, I appreciate the response on this and although it is helpful it isn’t quite what I am looking for. Thank you. Userone Observer. DaveRado Observer. In response to Userone.

Any ideas? Many thanks Dave. In response to DaveRado. Post Reply. Related Content. Do Common Area phones get a different license than a regular user desktop phone?

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