Using the Set Up Client Applications Wizard

The Set Up Client Applications Wizard enables you to customize the Set Up Computer Wizard so that you can assign additional applications or edit existing application properties. You also can edit application names and change the installation paths and commands for the applications you are deploying. This wizard also enables you to remove applications from the list of applications available to client computers.

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To start the Set Up Client Applications Wizard, you must be logged on as a member of the Domain Admins security group.

Copying applications to the server

To assign an application to the Set Up Computer Wizard, you must copy it to a shared folder on the computer running Microsoft® Windows® Small Business Server 2003. If the client application (for example, Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003) has an administrative setup mode, you can perform an administrative setup to install and copy the client application to a shared folder on the server. If the client application does not have an administrative setup mode, you can copy the application files and folders to a shared folder on the server.

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By default, the ClientApps folder is shared and is a good location for adding applications. The ClientApps folder already contains Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, Microsoft Office Outlook®  2003, and Shared Fax Client. The ClientApps shared folder has the following secure permissions: Domain Administrators: Full Control Domain Users: Read/Execute, List Folder Contents, Read If you choose another shared folder in which to add applications, it is important to secure it by using these permissions.

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