After I extract sp3 and hotfix it come with .MSP not .MSI
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Did you install Office XP from an Administrative install point?

If you did, then you can apply the patch to that administrative install, and then redeploy the package.

If not, then you'll need to create that administrative install point, patch it, then use the upgrade feature on your existing installs.
Answered 03/09/2005 by: Bladerun
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Redeploy mean client will re-download the whole office xp and new install it? or it mean just download and install only change from previous install?
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Answered 03/09/2005 by: njtd
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The application will completely reinstall. I know, its a pain.



EDIT: Correction. IF you are running Windows installer v3.0, then you can use an msp to patch a managed installation on a per user basis. This is a new feature that I just stumbled upon. Should be a MAJOR help in patching apps, if we can ever get to 3.0
Answered 03/09/2005 by: Bladerun
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To deploy teh patch via GPO you need to patch the original install with the msp file then redeploy.'

msiexec /a [path to administrative image .msi file] /p [patch].msp
Answered 03/11/2005 by: cdupuis
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