I read the sticky and will be attending the webex session at the end of the month for Office 2010 but in the meantime could anyone offer any advice on the following please?

I have used the OCT to create an MSP file and stuck it in updates. I created a package in Kaseya to simply run the command

\\server\share\setup.exe (and it automatically used the MSP in the /updates folder)

And it all installed fine. The version is Office Professional Plus 2010. Now after a reboot the following message is displayed:

Cannot find the specified config.xml file. \\server\share\Enterprise.WW\config.xml

Now the Enterprise.WW folder doesn't even exist - the ProPlus.WW folder does but the config.xml file is different to the one that would be generated by the OCT I imagine?

Any thoughts? Also, as an aside to this, if anyone knows how to stop the 'auto-update' prompt appearing on first run for users that would also be very much appreciated.

Thanks for your time.

Client: Windows XP SP3
Domain: 2008 Native
Deployment: Kaseya (latest)

Edit: If I run the setup.exe locally from the command line, it works fine. Just seems to be running from Kaseya it causes issues looking for the config .xml
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Try this:

setup.exe /adminfile "xxx.mps"

Just place xxx.mps to the root of source directory, same location as setup.exe is.
Answered 04/05/2011 by: yannara
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Create a (or edit the existing) Config.xml file, place it in the folder corresponding to the Office version you are deploying.
For example: Standard.WW for Office Standard, Enterprise.WW for Office Enterprise .. you have to use \ProPlus.WW according to your question.

Also disable the Opt-in Wizard with Office Customization Tool: Disable Opt-in Wizard on first run: Enable (to disable the Wizard)

Maybe this blog post can help: http://www.the-d-spot.org/wordpress/2010/09/09/office-2010-deployment/
Answered 05/17/2011 by: bennebiest
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