We are phasing out MS Access.

We install Office 2007 Pro Plus on almost all machines using an adminfile, which now does not install Access.

In this particular case, i now need to install Access on a machine. HOW????!!!!!!

I have tried using the command:
setup /modify ProPlus /config access.xml
using the xml file:

<Configuration Product="ProPlus">
<Setup Id="Access.en-US" Type="Products" ProductCode="{90120000-0015-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}" />
<Logging Type="standard" Path="\\lucio\ldlog\SD\" Template="%computername%_Access.log" />
<Display Level="none" CompletionNotice="no" SuppressModal="yes" AcceptEula="yes" />

But this does not work.

Please can anyone assist with this, it has become a real pain in the @rse and the Technet pages are extremely unhelpful.

Thanks for any advice.
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Could you be more specific on "what" is not working?
Does it install (partly) or do you get an error code?
Have you looked into the install log?

And actually I found TechNet quite helpful. This document explains a lot and contains more references to other MS articles on the subjects: http://office.microsoft.com/download/afile.aspx?AssetID=AM101638421033
Answered 11/18/2009 by: Rheuvel
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Try adding the following to your config file,

[font="courier new"]<OptionState Id="ACCESSFiles" State="Local" Children="force" />

[font="times new roman"]Regards,

Answered 11/18/2009 by: spartacus
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Thanks for the above suggestions but i have managed to fix this myself - i just changed the syntax of the problem i was Googling

Basically, the msp file that we use for the full installing of office 2007, as in the command line: setup.exe /adminfile "Office 2007 SP2 Full.msp"

I just used the same admin file as a patch to the machine that had Office 2007 without Access, as in the command line:

msiexec /p "Office 2007 FULL.msp" /qn

So simple!!!

So why absolutely NO documentation from M$????
Answered 11/18/2009 by: mcompton69
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