Deploy Add-In on Server or Terminal Server
Windows Terminal Server is a deployment solution which can push installs, updates and other configurations to computers and devices remotely and silently. It also works for server deployments and is preferred by many enterprises.
Example: Deploy Software with Windows Terminal Server
Here is a look at some of the things that you need to do to successfully deploy software with Windows Terminal server.
Step 1: Make Distribution Point
Log in as the administrator and place the installer package in a shared folder on the network. Set the permissions for sharing in this step too. Then click the “Create a GPO in this domain, and link it here” showed in the right picture to set a new GPO with Windows Terminal Server.
Step 2: Setup Group Policy
Navigate to Directory Users and Computers and initiate it. Then go to the Group Policy option and make a new policy by providing a name. After saving it open Properties to select Security. Here you have to define the policies and proceed by clicking “OK”.
Step 3: Assignment of Package
Select Computer Configuration and choose “Edit” from Group Policy. The path to the installation package has to be provided. After set the options, you need to click on the “OK” on the “Deploy Software” window. Save and close the Group Policy page and exit the program. The software is now deployed and will begin installing automatically when the target computer is switched on.