Msiexec not updating registry on winxp

19-Jun-2019 00:13

We strongly recommend that you either uninstall Duo version 1.1.8 and older from your Windows PC or upgrade Duo to version 1.2 or later before upgrading your PC to Windows 10.

If you do not update or remove Duo first you may not be able to log in to your computer after the OS upgrade completes.

E support tools and client applications – Sway-hosted solution overview – updated AD Schema, GUI, Power Shell module and ADMX/AMDL files – supports multi-forest deployment – supports password encryption – supports password history – encryption key managed with GPO – supports Windows XP/2003 and above (until v7.5.1.0; v7.5.2.0 removed support) – new password decryption service – PDS (on DC or member server; multiple instances for HA) – management with client tools is done through PDS and not directly on AD objects – installation folder for CSE and client tools is %Program Files%\Adm Pwd LAPS. DSC – LAPS and Nano Server – Testing LAPS for Nano Server with ws2016lab – tested on TP5 of Nano server – only works on Nano server – instead of CSE it works as a Windows Service – requires Power Shell DSC to configure settings in registry – since version 7.5.1.0 client for Windows 2016 Nano server part of Adm Pwd.

E I started working with Adm Pwd when it was at version 4.0.7.0.

As it happens, around the same time as Tom published his blog post, I started working on a project that had high security requirements and one of them was automated management of local admin passwords.

With few different options on the table, Adm Pwd was chosen as the final solution for this particular requirement.

With regular updates/improvements and published blog, Adm Pwd started gaining wider audience and more acceptance in the enterprise environment.

Well, this and some encouraging feedback after I posted my last two posts two weeks ago (after 4 years before that).Few months later in 2015, advanced version of LAPS was released – LAPS. Regardless of this, based on my experience, new LAPS.E is stable and working solution that is by now probably deployed in quite a few enterprise environments.All versions: – packaged as MSI installers – default installation installs only client DLL (Client Side Group Policy Extension) – dedicated installers for x86 and amd64 – GPO management with custom ADMX/ADML – Power Shell module for management is Adm Pwd.PS – GUI for management – require Windows 2003 SP1 and newer DCs – require AD Schema extension – require delegation of permissions on computer accounts – supports only domain joined Windows clients – support local and AD auditing – client settings located in registry at HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft Services\Adm Pwd Adm Pwd 5.2.0.0 – Adm Pwd @Git Hub – x64 Installer – x86 Installer – supports Windows XP/2003 and above – installation folder for CSE and client tools is %Program Files%\Adm Pwd LAPS 6.2.0.0 – Documentation and Installers – supports RODC (CSE and admin tools) – solution requires connection to a writable DC – supports Windows Vista and above, and Windows Server 2003 and above – updated GUI, Power Shell module and ADMX/ADML files – same AD Schema as in previous versions – installation folder for CSE and client tools is %Program Files%\LAPS Adm Pwd. E @Git Hub – samples for development of custom Adm Pwd.

Well, this and some encouraging feedback after I posted my last two posts two weeks ago (after 4 years before that).

Few months later in 2015, advanced version of LAPS was released – LAPS. Regardless of this, based on my experience, new LAPS.

E is stable and working solution that is by now probably deployed in quite a few enterprise environments.

All versions: – packaged as MSI installers – default installation installs only client DLL (Client Side Group Policy Extension) – dedicated installers for x86 and amd64 – GPO management with custom ADMX/ADML – Power Shell module for management is Adm Pwd.

PS – GUI for management – require Windows 2003 SP1 and newer DCs – require AD Schema extension – require delegation of permissions on computer accounts – supports only domain joined Windows clients – support local and AD auditing – client settings located in registry at HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft Services\Adm Pwd Adm Pwd 5.2.0.0 – Adm Pwd @Git Hub – x64 Installer – x86 Installer – supports Windows XP/2003 and above – installation folder for CSE and client tools is %Program Files%\Adm Pwd LAPS 6.2.0.0 – Documentation and Installers – supports RODC (CSE and admin tools) – solution requires connection to a writable DC – supports Windows Vista and above, and Windows Server 2003 and above – updated GUI, Power Shell module and ADMX/ADML files – same AD Schema as in previous versions – installation folder for CSE and client tools is %Program Files%\LAPS Adm Pwd. E @Git Hub – samples for development of custom Adm Pwd.

Since then it got quite far already but it’s still going to go further – and I’m going to follow :).