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mrshermanoaks

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Using the Admin client, I can download the KMS update. However, at the end it says "Now run the Setup file". I'm not sure where this file might be or how I run it. Is that something I can do remotely, or does it require a trip to the server. Is it a command line execution?

Sorry, didn't see anything about this in the manual. Thanks.
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When it has downloaded, look at the KMS splash screen (the one with the guy waving the flags). At the bottom is the path to the file to execute. You could do it with Timbuktu, ARD, or any VNC client provided you have your server setup to allow such access. I think you could also do it via ssh, but I haven't tried.
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mrshermanoaks

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Hmmm, unfortunately I don't see this on my splash screen (Mac OS X).
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sonofcolin

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On OS X I think it's in /mailserver/store/tmp

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