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Recommendation: free solution to chain install multiple software packages.


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#1 fconolly

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Posted 02 January 2018 - 08:05 AM

Hi all

 

I need to install 15+ software packages onto 4+ computers in a small office..  Can anyone recommend a  free method to do this?  Perhaps via some kind of macro software?

 

Sitting down to do this on each machine would be pretty time consuming (likely an hour+ for each machine).  What I was hoping for is a single process I could start that would install the packages in my absence.

 

Some packages require a license key be entered during installation as well.



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