It won't let me create an administrative point with a retail copy which I understand. It did let me create a mst file and add the mst file in a group policy for rollout. However, when I try to run setup with the mst file from the run command or through group policy, it starts but then quickly ends and nothing happens.

I'm assuming this is happening due to not having an administrative point or because it's detected as a retail copy. I'm not sure. If anyone has any advice, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you
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I see where it's hanging.. the serial number. I was hoping to deploy the package and then it ask for the serial number when you first open Office. That's how it works without the mst file. So that sux.. if you use the mst file you have to add the serial # in which I can't do because all the serials are different. Please don't ask us why we didn't buy the corporate in the first place.. that would be too easy :)
Answered 01/11/2006 by: snoops
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I guess we'll scratch this and go the prf route for setting up outlook. Anyone know how to run that so it's silent?
Answered 01/11/2006 by: snoops
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Answered 01/12/2006 by: xythex
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