I deploy Ultra VNC all the time from my K2000 and it works great.
All of my machines are Win7, but I am preparing to do the Win10 change.
Having said that, I've not ran this against a Win10 machine yet.
I also keep this package and run it whenever I need to do a manual reinstall.
This works fine for installing UVNC and on my K2000 deployments.
I've never tried to push it, so I'm not sure if this will help you very much.
I have one installer folder for 32 bit UVNC and another for 64 bit.
Essentially, I just do this once & get my 32 bit setup and do it again & get my 64 bit setup.
I do a manual install of UVNC on a machine and tweak all the parameters that need to be adjusted & set the admin and view-only password.
I then copy that ultravnc.ini file into my installer folder, along with the UltraVNC_1_1_9_X86_setup.exe file (or whatever the current UVNC setup.exe file is).
I also have a vnccfg.inf file which just has the standard setup stuff:
Dir=C:Program Filesuvnc bvbaUltraVNC
My installer batch file looks like this:
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Mkdir 'C:program Filesuvnc bvbaUltraVNC'
REM Copy running vnc.ini and put into directory
copy ultravnc.ini 'C:program filesuvnc bvbaUltraVNCultravnc.ini'
REM Run install
UltraVNC_1_1_9_X86_Setup.exe /loadinf=vnccfg.inf /silent /log
Those 4 files: the Inst_UVNC32.bat, Ultravnc.ini, UltraVNC_1_1_9_X86_Setup.exe, and Vnccfg.inf are the only files needed.
The batch file makes the Program files folder & copies the ultravnc.ini file to it.
Next, the Setup.exe is executed and uses the settings from the vnccfg.inf file to perform the installation.
Hope this helps,
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