Ken Schaefer wrote: > Anyone work in a large environment that has some tips on where I can look > for deployment solutions (something that we can use to push these, and > other, updates to users automatically)? Despite what I might appear on this > list (a Microsoft booster), we've always offered Mozilla to all staff in our > area as part of our standard Ghost image, however we have a devil of a time > keeping it "up-to-date" (probably because we're not cognizant of the best > way of doing it). I'm not sure if this applies to your environment, but there is a functionality in Windows Servers which allows you to "push" software for certain users (either by user groups, or indiviudal accounts). Basically what happens is that when a user logs in, software that is required is automatically installed from a repository. This also helps when the computer needs to be replaced. All you do is get a new computer, add it to the network, and when the user logs in, all their programs are installed. The only time I've seen this being used was in a Windows domain network (ie, using Windows Server 2003 as a PDC). Could be worth a look.