Domain admins can automatically install GoToMeeting on multiple computers using the GoToMeeting MSI. This is a convenient way for network domain admins to deploy and install the GoToMeeting desktop app to thousands of users or computers throughout the network. To deploy GoToMeeting to multiple computers, domain admins can create a group policy object (GPO) and link it to the network using the domain controller (Windows Server).
Organizers may have multiple versions of GoToMeeting installed on their computer, but the active version is set by the LogMeIn server and may vary by account. To run sessions using the version installed by the MSI, organizers’ accounts must have the same version set on the server. If you’re on a Mac, you can learn how to install via DMG.
Installing via MSI is an advanced feature that requires administrator-level permissions on the target computer(s). Once GoToMeeting has been installed for all users on the machine, by default the automatic upgrades
feature will be used to get updated versions as they are released and remove older ones (i.e., it is not necessary to install subsequent version updates via MSI). To control automatic upgrades on a computer level, a GPO policy controlling the automatic upgrades can be applied. Using SCCM or another tool to install the MSI on the SYSTEM Level does not allow for the setting flags to be modified.
osd365 can package/repackage GoToMeeting and make it ready for mass deployment within your Organization.