Slipstream Office 2003 SP2

  Gary Wood 10:52 02 Feb 2006

I'm in the process of upgrading to Office 2003 at work and am going to circulate a CD to colleagues to let them install it. I want to slipstream SP2 onto the installation CD but don't want to include the volume license key (i.e. I want users to type this in) because we have two sites and a different volumne license key at each.

Can anyone advise if this is possible and how?

  [email protected] 11:09 02 Feb 2006

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  woodchip 11:16 02 Feb 2006

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  Gary Wood 12:13 02 Feb 2006

The article to which you refer ( describes a very similar process to one I found: click here.

However, the problem with this is that it involves doing an administrative install and thus the product key is saved within the setup files. This creates an issue because I want to circulate the CD to 2 different offices, each of which will be using different product keys because we have two different licenses.

I need to keep the installation the same as it is on the original disk, therefore, but just try to incorporate SP2. So, when users come to install the software they will still be prompted to enter the relevant product key.

Any more ideas?

  seedie 12:25 02 Feb 2006

how about doing the job twice; one for one licence and for t'other?

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