If the remote sites have fast connections to your central site you could deploy SAPGUI silently and remotely using the SAP Admin tool.
You can create a directory called "custom" under the SAPGUI installation and put the SAPlogon.ini and SAPmsg.ini files there. The files are copied when you deploy SAPGUI via the SAP Admin tool.
Users can also install SAPGUI (again if their connection to the SAP FrontEnd server is fast) by running the SAPsetup executable on the network share holding the installation files. They can specify a package name and use the /s option to perform a silent install.
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