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We’ve just released an update to our Silverlight Enterprise Deployment guidance/whitepaper.  While a lot of the information from the first version of the guidance (targeted at Silverlight 1.0), we made some minor adjustments outlining the specifics for the updated Silverlight installer and documented some of the command-switches and their behaviors. 

The guidance covers:

  • Using Windows Software Update Services (WSUS)
  • Group policy
  • Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
  • Manual install options
  • Maintaining and detecting version

It’s a great guidance document to keep in your toolkit if you are in charge of deployment in your organization or want a better way to manage mass deployments of Silverlight across the organization.  You can download the Silverlight Enterprise Deployment whitepaper from the Silverlight community site.


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5/12/2009 11:26 AM | # re: Silverlight Enterprise Deployment Guidance
Any idea when Silverlight for Symbian/Nokia will be released? Announcement was made over a year ago, but still no release of the software. Has this died?
5/24/2009 1:42 PM | # re: Silverlight Enterprise Deployment Guidance
EVVJSK - It has not died and we're making good progress. Some thoughts were changed in beta, but the project is still underway. http://silverlight.net/learn/mobile.aspx will be the source of info when ready.
2/15/2010 4:01 PM | # re: Silverlight Enterprise Deployment Guidance
When can we re-distribute the Silverlight installer for non-enterprise users? (aka: for users who might not have immediate internet connectivity)
2/6/2012 7:02 PM | # re: Silverlight Enterprise Deployment Guidance
Link's broken.

 
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