Microsoft LAPS install issue

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  • Colby Bouma

    Is Deploy returning any errors?

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    I was able to figure out why it was failing. It was due to the 2nd install step; to run a gpupdate. I removed that step, leaving just the 1 step to install and that went through, however, I am still running into the issue where all of these endpoints are missing the LAPS UI executable. I can see Local Administrator Password Solution in Uninstall/Change a Program. Searching for LAPS in File Explorer, I am able to see the LAPS folder, but the only files that are in that folder are the CSE folder and then the AdmPwd.dll file. 

    I can now see the local admin accounts from all of these endpoints from the LAPS UI on my workstation. Is the install through PDQ a "light" install, where it doesn't install the full package? This works great for all of the other hundreds of endpoints that I don't want the LAPS UI installed, but how would I configure PDQ to install the full package on these handful of endpoints? Thanks.

    **EDIT**

    So I right-clicked on LAPS in Uninstall/Change a Program --> Change

    It brings up the LAPS Setup Wizard and when I click on Change (Lets you change the way features are installed) I see that Fat client UI isn't checked off as an install. This is the reason why the full package isn't installed. Is there a way to configure PDQ to install the Fat client UI? Thanks.

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  • Colby Bouma

    It looks like you need to add ADDLOCAL=ALL to the Parameters. https://pgfitzgerald.wordpress.com/2017/08/05/silently-install-laps-management-tools/

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