[wpkg-users] WPKG Server Migration
J.P.McGrath at leeds.ac.uk
Mon Sep 23 20:25:07 CEST 2013
I use a wpkg package. I update my settings.xml file then add this to the main (all PC) profile and every wpkg is then update and pointed to the new server.
<install architecture="x86" cmd='%PROGRAMFILES%\WPKG\wpkginst.exe --SETTINGSFILE=%SETTINGS%\settings.xml'/>
<upgrade architecture="x86" cmd='%PROGRAMFILES%\WPKG\wpkginst.exe --SETTINGSFILE=%SETTINGS%\settings.xml'/>
<remove cmd='%comspec% /c echo "nothing"'/>
From: wpkg-users-bounces at lists.wpkg.org [wpkg-users-bounces at lists.wpkg.org] On Behalf Of Dale Goodwin [dale.goodwin at regencyitc.co.uk]
Sent: 23 September 2013 16:52
To: wpkg-users at lists.wpkg.org
Subject: [wpkg-users] WPKG Server Migration
My company currently deploys wpkg updates from 1 server via executable (.exe) packages. But now we’re de-commissioning that server and want to move the wpkg.js file and everything else to a new server.
What methods can I use to do this, so that all the client machines that are pointing at the old (current) server change to point to the new one? I want to avoid manual installation on all the clients. We use Active directory but I’m not aware it can do this.
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