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TRANSFORMS=Unattended.MST

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YOUR ISSUE IS WITH THIS!!!

\XPCD\$OEM$\$1\

It COPIES THE Office files to the c:\Install dir!!!

Office install WILL NOT look for your "network drive" without extra steps

So what are the extra steps?

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Lemme ask you 1 thing:

WHY go trough all of the extra steps when you already have ALL of the files being copied to the local system and only need to delete some info from your cmdline?

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Lemme ask you 1 thing:

WHY go trough all of the extra steps when you already have ALL of the files being copied to the local system and only need to delete some info from your cmdline?

Perfectly fine questions need to be answered perfectly fine as well :)

Because we're tired of putting the keys in manually every single time + some settings that we put in place that way. We manage over 3k Windows machines and this would make our job a hell of a lot easier.

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You are not listening:

I gave you a perfectly fine answer with your existing setup...

Just change the **** comandline it works fine that way.

Otherwise you have to change ALL of your folder structures and commandlines...

You are completly wrong when you say the installation files are not on the c:\drive. the way you have set it up the windows installation process copies them during windows setup...

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Regardless where it is, why don't you try:

start /wait msiexec.exe /i PRO11.MSI TRANSFORMS="Unattended.MST"

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Maybe try using pushd and popd to simplify the path

ECHO. 
ECHO Installing Office 2003 Professional
ECHO Please wait...
pushd "f:\Desktop Support\XPCD\$OEM$\$1\install\Applications\Office2003"
Start /wait msiexec.exe /i PRO11.MSI TRANSFORMS="Unattended.MST"
popd

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