This game is very addicting. It was installed a couple of weeks back as on the Vista Ultimate add-ins via Microsoft Update. Garth had pointed it out on his blog last month, how to kill a couple of hours, no kidding. Garth’s Post on Microsoft Tinker
Installing Games in Windows Vista Business using Scripts
I needed a way to install Windows Vista games by script so I could further automate my MDT installations. Windows Vista business does not install games automatically, I think Home versions do though. Really you wouldn’t want them in the office, but these computers are for library patrons and some like to play solitaire. I did some searching the internet and found somewhere along the line this command line – pkgmgr.exe /iu:InboxGames /quiet
To make this work in MDT, you go to applications, create a new one, tell it that this is an application without source files, fill in the information on name, publisher, version, etc, put in the command line then click finish.