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RobCash

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  1. I'm trying to install Office Enterprise 2007 in my AD environment via Group Policy. Office 2003 was manually installed before I got here, so I don't have a Group Policy to upgrade. On some test machines, when I push Office 2007, it installs next to Office 2003, not over top, or as an upgrade. This is totally not the desired affect. Here's my config.xml file... Another question, if I have a .msp file in the updates folder, does that get applied when installing from the Enterpriseww.msi file via group policy?
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    does the .msp file have to be called default.msp, or does it apply anything in the folder that is an .msp file?
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