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Are you running Protect 9.2?
Does it look like all the files are being copied?
We run all jobs as the System Account, does installing EMET require an admin to run it?
Yes I am running 9.2
I see a null patch file copied to the machine I am trying to put it on but the Emet file does not show on the machine..
Yes it does need to run with our Admin account we have set up in Shavlik.
When I push the file to a machine the null patch goes to the machine and then about a minute later the machine reboots and the Emet is still not there.
The custom files would be copied to C:\Windows\ProPatches\Staged\DatedSubFolder and then to C:\Windows\ProPatches\Installation when the job starts. Not to the \Patches folder.
The blocking element here is the requirement for the install to use an admin account. All of our deployment run as the System Account and this cannot be changed.
You could test this by installing the file using EMET Setup.msi /q from a System enabled CMD.
1. Download psexec (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx)
2, Open a command prompt and navigate to the extracted folder. Run psexec.exe to open cmd.exe with -i -s as depicted below:
psexec.exe cmd.exe -s -i
In the new command prompt that opens, navigate to the EMET Setup.msi using the install switched you have set in the Deployment Template.
EMET Setup.msi /q
This will effectively launch the .exe using the SYSTEM account they same way as we do when launching the patch installs.