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Trouble with Office 2003 Advanced Installation

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Hello.
I found this article: http://unattended.ms...xp/view/web/50/ wich is great, but I'm having problems at the last step. I cannot change the path in the TRANSFORM syntax to TRANSFORMS=Unattended.MST /qb- !!!
i am trying to edit the path in the field, but it's uneditable. :(


Any help will be apreciated.
Have a nice day.


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As far as I remember, you don't need to change the path in the wizard. Just copy it in Notepad, apply your changes and add it to the batch file you will use to install Office unattended.

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Thank you for the reply.
This is where I have trouble:

http://unattended.ms...image/view/107/

So you say there is no need to edit the start command line in Custom Instalation Wizard but only in the batch file?!

Edited by kAos, 27 November 2011 - 01:15 AM.


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So you say there is no need to edit the start command line in Custom Instalation Wizard but only in the batch file?


Yep. The command line is not written into the unattended.mst file; you add it to the batch file.

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I tried so but it didn't work.
I solved it though by adding the start command line in the RunOnce section of nLite.

Thanks again.




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