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I have created an administrative image that includes Office 2003.  Before using Sysprep, I can launch an Office application, and I am prompted to enter my name and initials.  After using Sysprep, I am no longer prompted for my name or initials; the Office applications use the name that the computer is registered to.

I am not a programmer, but I've done enough research to discover that the information is not easily changed in the registry.  How can I force Office applications to prompt for a name and initials after using Sysprep?
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Someone has posted this on another forum and has got a few good answers about changing a setting in the registry:

http://forums.storagereview.net/index.php?&act=ST&f=2&t=16498
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