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Old 10-13-2004, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Office 2003 SP1

so I'm not sure how many of you work in IT and deal with this stuff, but I'm asking anyway...

I have office 2003 that I'm getting ready to deploy to our enterprise. I have several options here. Administrave install point, Cd image point and manual local install. The last one is not an option I'm going to look at so the frist two are better.
Now office 2003 has the ability to use local install points but only if I manually or CDimage install. This poses a problem cause I need to include SP1 and since I don't have the media yet, need to Slipstream it in. that can only be done via the Administrative install point. This doesn't allow for the local install point setup nor is it compressed. The second being the greater evil...

Anyone know of a way to incorperate the patch with the base MSI code and not decompress all of the files to do it?

Thanks in advance.
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