Hi guys,

Has anyone eperience an error with the CA SKURED in Office Pro 2003 or Project 2003 maybe?
Installing office Pro via webserver will prompt an error regarding the said CA. I have changed this one to absent and it installs successfully. I have also checked the log files and all custom actions have a return value 1 but looking closely there seems to be one failed action also in connection to the SKURED CA. I have set all CA's with connections to SKURED to absent in EXEC sequence and the install went ok and log files show ok to with no failed actions logged.
My question now is does anyone know what the CA SKURED is specifically doing? i have read several logs in different forums and some hinted that this is verifying release types or licences or something like that. Just want to verify with you guys.

this error will not prompt if you are insalling locally or thru mapped network drives....

Thanks,
Rick
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Have you seen this? Or this?
Answered 08/01/2007 by: VBScab
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Hi vbscab,

thanks for your reply but those posts doesnt say what the CA SKURED is actually doing during the installation of office (or project or outlook..). What is it verifying against the sku03b.xml? What is its function? [8|]

thanks,
rick
Answered 08/01/2007 by: rikx2
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Is it calling an EXE or a function in a DLL? If so, you'd need to ask MS for the definitive answer. It might be worth scouting around for an MS Office 2007-specific forum.

I'd imagine examining the contents of SKU03B.XML would provide clues, though.
Answered 08/02/2007 by: VBScab
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For moral support... we'r having the same problem with Visio 2003... Watch this space!

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Answered 08/02/2007 by: fuz_kitten
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Great Fuz.. could you post any developments on your side regarding this darn CA? [;)]

BTW, i have checked the XML file and the contents are all regarding to release of MS Products. I can assume anything based on this but i still do like to get the specifics.

Anyway, absenting the CA from the sequence doesnt seem to show any impact on the installation.

Regards,
Rick
Answered 08/08/2007 by: rikx2
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