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How can I pre-populate the Via client with server name and current logged in users credentials?

Hi All,

 

After via installs it pops up and asks for a remote server and username/password. How can I automate this so the end user doesn't see this? 

 

I'm running CPPM 6.4 and the Via / OnGuard client.

 

Thanks

James


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James
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Re: How can I pre-populate the Via client with server name and current logged in users credentials?

http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/AAA-NAC-Guest-Access-BYOD/Pushing-out-OnGuard-client-to-Windows-domain/m-p/196487/highlight/true#M14632
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Re: How can I pre-populate the Via client with server name and current logged in users credentials?


jrwhitehead wrote:

Hi All,

 

After via installs it pops up and asks for a remote server and username/password. How can I automate this so the end user doesn't see this? 

 

I'm running CPPM 6.4 and the Via / OnGuard client.

 

Thanks

James


jrwhitehead,

 

Without running the executable with msiexec switches, you cannot automate it.  

 

 

 


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