Running Python 2.3 on a Windows 2000 network
gh at ghaering.de
Tue Aug 12 10:40:29 CEST 2003
John Ochiltree wrote:
> Hello group,
> What do I have to do to set up python 2.3 to run centrally on a Win 2000
> network instead of installing it on every workstation?
Well, if you have a Windows network, you need scripted installs :-P
Otherwise administering a Windows network is too much of a PITA in my
> Is it possible?
Sure. Get an installed Python, copy the c:\python23 directory to a
network share, then grab the file %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\python23.dll and
copy it alongside python.exe. Now all your clients can access Python via
the share name.
> How do I go about updating individual registeries? I'd appreciate some
> pointers and advice if any one can help.
Python itself doesn't need any registry entries. If you use the COM
stuff of the win32 extensions, though, this might be different.
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