Customizing Installation

Posted on 2000-03-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have Exchange 5.5 and would like to install Outlook 98 or 2000 everywhere, but want to create a custom installation so that I dont need to put in the username and server name everytime.
How do I create it?
Question by:jagoodie
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darrenburke earned 50 total points
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you need to use the PROFGEN utility from BORK.  It will automate all this in the logon script.  It is very easy to implement.

I also would suggest deploying Outlook 2000 using the Custom Installation Wizard (or if using Outlook 98, use the ODK for 98)


Author Comment

ID: 2593336
where do i find the custom installation wizzard for Outook 2000?

where do i find the ODK for Outlook 98?

Expert Comment

ID: 2593667
It is all here (except PROFGEN)  Profgen is on the Backoffice 4.0 and 4.5 ResKit CD.

Good luck!


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