How to install MyGuide IE11 Player via Group Policy

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This support doc will guide you to install MyGuide extension in your domain network via GPO

Log on to the server as an administrator

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Create a folder 

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Visit myguide.org and download IE 11 Player

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Extract the .msi file

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Put this file into the previously created folder

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To convert this into a shared network folder, right click on it and select "Properties"

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Go to "Sharing Properties" and click "Share"

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Enter "Everyone" and click "Add"

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Click on "Share"

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Your folder has been shared!

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In your Domain Server, open Server Manager, click "Tools"

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Select "Group Policy Management"

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In the Group Policy Management console, right click the domain name. Here it is myguide.org

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Click "Create a GPO in this domain, and Link it here..."

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In the New GPO box, in the Name box, type myguide extension, and then click "OK"

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Click "OK"

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Next, on the Group Policy Management console, right click myguide extension and click "Edit"

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In the Group Policy Management Editor, under Computer Configuration, expand Policies, and then expand Software Settings

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Right-click Software installation. From the context menu, click "New", and then click "Package"

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Go to "Sharing" section in the properties of the folder where we have the extension

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Copy the network path

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Paste the path in the Group Policy Management Editor

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You can check for the visibility of extension

Click on "Open"

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In the Deploy Software window, ensure that the Assigned option is selected, and then click "OK"

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Wait for a few seconds and verify that the zip is listed in the Group Policy Management Editor

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Enforce the extension

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Click "OK"

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After running this, whenever users will start their PC, they will find the extension installed

To forcefully install the extension, switch to the client PC and run gpupdate /force command

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Go to "Internet Explorer"

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You will see the widget icon of MyGuide player

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In the Manage Add-ons section, we can see the extension