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Part 8: Collaboration and Mobility
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You can choose from many options when running the Office Setup.exe file from the com mand line. A detailed outline of these options can be found in the Microsoft Office 2003 Resource Kit toolbox in a file called Setupref.doc. Only a summary of the available commands is provided here:
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Select /i <msifile> to run setup using the specified MSI file. Select /a <msifile> to create
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an administrative installation point using the specified MSI file. Select /f{option} <msifile> to repair the installation of Office on the system. The available options are listed in the Setupref.doc file. You must run /j{option} <msifile> from an administra tive installation point, and it will advertise Office on the system. Office components are installed the first time they re run. Select /x <msifile> to remove Office, but the speci fied MSI file must be the same as the MSI file used to install Office. For all these options, the MSI file must be in the same directory as the Setup.exe file.
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Select /q{option} to set the user interface level for the install. The default when the /q
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switch is omitted in the option is f for full interaction. The other available options are r for reduced where no input is required but full status and progress indicators are shown, b for basic where only basic progress indicators are shown, and n for none, in which no interface is shown. Specifying /q with no option defaults to none. Adding a plus sign (+) to the n or b option displays a message when the install is complete (for example, /qn+).
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Select /l{options} logfile to log the installation to the specified file. See the Setupref.doc
file for a complete list of available options. Select /settings filename to specify the cus tomized INI file that setup will use. Select /wait to keep the Setup.exe process running while the installer finishes. Normally, the Setup.exe process calls the installer and terminates. The last options that can be specified from the command line are public properties. Values for public properties are specified on the command line in the form property=value.
Automated Installations
You can provide users with an automatic installation of Office. To do so, use the following steps:
1 Create an administrative installation point for Office by running Setup.exe /a
<msifile>. The <msifile> must be the MSI file you want to install.
2 At the prompt, type your organization name, the location for the administrative
installation point, and the product key. Click Next to continue.
3 Accept the license agreement, and click Install. Office will then be installed to the spec
ified location.
Part 8: Collaboration and Mobility
Installing and Updating Outlook The next step is to run the installation. The automated installation method does not install Office to the local computer; it simply advertises the applications that are installed on their first use from the administrative installation point. You can also apply transforms (MST files) created with the Custom Installation Wizard included with the Microsoft Office 2003 Resource Kit to customize the installation. To advertise the Office applications, run Setup.exe /jm <msifile> /t <mstfile> /qn to advertise to all users on the local computer. You can substitute /ju for /jm if you want to advertise only to the current user, and the transform (/t <mstfile>) is optional. Because /qn is specified, no user interface is shown. /qb is also an acceptable option, and only basic progress and status information will be shown. With the /j option, you can also add /settings <inifile> to use an INI file created by the Setup INI Customization Wizard included with the Microsoft Office 2003 Resource Kit. Both the Custom Installation Wizard and the Setup INI Customization Wizard are covered in more detail in Article 4, Office 2003 Resource Kit, on the companion CD. One advantage to using an automated installation is that it can be done from a login script so that every user receives the advertised applications. This leads us to the next section on remote installation.
Remote and Push Installation Options
As specified in the last section, remote installation can be performed from a login script by using the Setup.exe /j option to advertise the Office applications. Transforms and setup INI files can be specified to customize the installation. A section could be added to the login script that checks to see whether the process has already been done (by checking for the exist ence of a file or directory) and if not, runs the setup program with no user interaction. The login script method of remote installation is not the most elegant solution. Without careful testing and supervision, the process can fail. A better method of installing Office (and many other applications) remotely is by using Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) or group policy with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Both these systems provide similar services for the remote installation of software. Group policy provides two ways to deploy the software to users, and these are covered in 33, Deploying and Managing Outlook in a Network. SMS takes a different approach and builds software packages that are installed on the client systems regardless of user intervention. Another advantage to SMS is that it is meant to be highly scalable to very large networks and provides many more management features than remote software installation.
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