I'm trying to distribute the latest Macromedia browser plugins (flash &
shockwave) using their .msi files. Creating a standard .msi zen app doesn't
work for users without admin priveleges, so I'm trying the workaround from
Unfortunately, the Rogue Process Management kills the cmd.exe process that
the distribution scripts call to do the install.
I don't want to add cmd.exe to the list of allowed apps for our students.
Why would RPM kill the cmd.exe process if it's started by NAL?
Any ideas for working around this?