First of all, apology if this question has been already asked. I saw similar questions on the Internet but none of the answers work in my case.
I look after a call center with 50 odd PCs (running Windows 7) and around 90 staff members. Multiple shifts a day. Everyone sits there they want (if they are early enough) or where it's free ( if they aren't :) ). This causes me problems where deploying software, since in many cases I need to install software on each user on each PC. That's like 5000 installs.
Today I need to install and auto run a software for each user. In this case it is a single .exe file so I don't need to install it - simple copy is enough. To save me some time I thought I would copy this file into:
on each PC. This will allow me to do only 50 installs (once on each PC) rather than for each user. This will also cause the program to auto run every time a user logs into the PC.
The problem I face is that when the program runs, it produces a confirmation dialog box asking whether to run the program or not. Users can click on "Run" with no problems; however, it is far from ideal for reasons I don't want to bore you with.
I want this software to auto run silently but I'm not sure how to do it. There is a checkbox on the dialog box saying "Always ask before opening this file". When I un-tick this and press "Run" it asks me for admin details. I put them in and it runs; however, when I log off, log back in next time, the windows still pops up.
How do I make the software to run silently? Any suggestions are welcomed.
Thanks for your input everyone!
Screenshot of the message is below. Also, I can confirm users do not have local admin permissions, and the software does not require admin permissions for the users to run.