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those scripts really are self evident, if you cant see where the variables are being set then to be honest you should stick away from making scripts.
%sys1% is a variable
set sys1=%ProgramFiles%\Network Associates\Common Framework\
so now, the variable %sys1% is the same thing as writing "C:\ProgramFiles\Network Associates\Common Framework"
Your Windows machine has variables built in. Goto a cmd prompt and type "Set P"
you should see ProgramFiles=C:\Program Files
so the variable %ProgramFiles%=C:\Program Files
Good to see some scripts, not so good at it myself, but I understand and can read it.
But, how to install Framepkg.exe via scripts to users with no local admin rights, when the push out fron ePO fails for some reason. I thought that when you exported the FramePkg you could include credentials to install it with whatever user that was logged in. But that fails due to no admin rights. Not so good on AD and GPO either :)