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I'm just wondering there is a way to discover particular servers and install them with client software.

I think, to assign a subnet range might do the trick, but I want something more specific. Any thoughts on this?

I know there is a query to exclude the servers that I don't want to discover, but it's little time consuming that you have to type computer names and modify registry keys on the site server.

Thank you in advance.

P.S. I'm about to enable remote client installation method, but is it really transparent to users? I know it would run in background, but I want some feedback from you if you did it that way.

RE: Discovery

Just try with login scripts to exclude some acoountes or servers (subnets) that's what we did and it works fine

Laurent :-)

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