* Create a directory on the iseries (ie md /mqinstall)
* Give user public read authorities to this directory.
* Configure the directory to be shared (This can be done be using iSeries Navigator or API, you can learn your options in here.
* Copy the image of the MQ installation from the installation disk to directory mqinstall.
* Now every PC can see this directory( myhost and fromthere mqinstall) and run the installation.
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