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Figure 7-7
Setting up install source-caching options.
A second option of interest lets the administrator determine which
versions of older Office products are removed during the installation process.
As you can see in Figure 7-8, the administrator can be very specific about
which products are removed. This makes it easy to deploy Office 2003 and
maintain mission-critical legacy applications on users’ machines.
One of the great benefits of this feature is that users don’t have to mess
with product keys to install the product. This can be helpful in lowering your
support costs.
Figure 7-8
Choosing which older versions of a product to keep.
Another important option that administrators are able to set with a custom
install configuration is the security level for Office 2003 applications. Office
scripting is extremely powerful, and it’s an important feature for adding enterprise
functionality, but it can be a security problem if the appropriate precautions
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