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ENCARTA 2004 ROLLOUT WITH GPO

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I am in the process of doing an Encarta 2004 rollout using Active Directory Group Policy. Now I have done this many times using the MSI installation file but only using a single disc. Encarta comes with 4 discs. How do I make sure the installation package installs all 4 discs.
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Isn't Encarta a Microsoft product?? Normally Microsoft creates a .msi file with the cd's you get. Try searching the cd for it. Else i think you need an MSI repacker. I don't know if there are free software programs that do this.

You can also try this one...

http://www.winnetmag.com/windowsnt20002003faq/Article/ArticleID/13917/windowsnt20002003faq_13917.html
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