I am making an installation of Office 2003 for a Citrix environment. Unfortunately the guy who did the transform for Office XP did not document the Citrix specific changes he implemented I am wondering if anybody knows what the following property value does?

REMOVELPK


Also does anybody know what the equivelent for this property would be.

OPCREMOVEACCESS2000=0

Would it be OPCREMOVEACCESSXP?
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have you come across this link yet? http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/ha011402071033.aspx
Answered 05/23/2006 by: aogilmor
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Yes but unfortunately it does not document the properties I am looking at. Right now I have a list of changed properties from what was used with Office XP between the desktop and Citrix server. The unfortunate part is the Citrix package documentation does not exist and now that I am trying to build the Citrix MSI I have to figure out if these diferences are needed on the Citrix server with Office 2003 or not.
Answered 05/23/2006 by: kkaminsk
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Yes but unfortunately it does not document the properties I am looking at. Right now I have a list of changed properties from what was used with Office XP between the desktop and Citrix server. The unfortunate part is the Citrix package documentation does not exist and now that I am trying to build the Citrix MSI I have to figure out if these diferences are needed on the Citrix server with Office 2003 or not.


woudn't the upgrade from Office XP to 2003 remove the citrix related entries?
From my understanding, the special entries are no longer needed in 2003. Granted, Terminal services is not the same as citrix but pretty similar. We recently decided to go with 2003 default installation on our citrix servers. so far so good [:D]
Answered 05/23/2006 by: aogilmor
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We are not doing the upgrade but I think I will be ignoring the OPCREMOVE properties because older versions of Office will be in Softgrid. I think the REMOVELPK property is to remove language packs. The wierd thing is the the OPCREMOVELPK2000 property is set to 0 rather than the default of 1. I am still a little stumped as to what they were up to. I guess this will wind up with the good ol trial and error and see what happens. If I miss anything I hope it is only something minor but they had to revisit Office XP many times until it was in the form it is now. Unfortunately I still can't find any documentation....
Answered 05/24/2006 by: kkaminsk
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