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Hello everybody,

I am trying to install the Compatibility Pack, but I want the quiet install.
Using the command line, this is not a problem, but I want to do it through GPO.
For doing this, I need to create a .mst file (using ORCA) with the proper attributes, but I do not know where to find it. I am totally new to GPO's, ORCA, mst's and everything.

Can you guys give me some tips?

thanks in advance,
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Take a look in the following AppDeploy Package KnowlegeBase article

http://itninja.com/link/description-of-office-compatibility-pack-service-pack-2

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Spartacus
Answered 06/27/2008 by: spartacus
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Thank you Spartacus,
I already read that article, a few times.

I think this is more a lack of "normal" GPO knowledge.
How to pass commandline variables to a MSI installation?
Answered 06/27/2008 by: ceesietopc
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You can't pass command-line variables to MSIExec in GPO natively. Bundle up all your changes into a transform file and specify that the GPO uses it by clicking the 'Modifications' tab after adding the MSI.
Answered 06/30/2008 by: VBScab
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