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OS X, AD, and Microsoft Office X

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Okay, so I have Office X installed and it runs fine. I put the computer onto our domain, log in with user, give user full admin permission on the box, but office will not run. It will run fine from any local account, but if i log on to an account on the domain it will not run under that account. It just tells me that it crashed, or i dont have enough memory or disk space.
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Office X has several patches available - if these are not applied, it's significantly less stable.    The most recent patch is 10.1.8, and is about 40MB.

http://www.microsoft.com/mac/downloads.aspx?pid=download&location=/mac/download/officex/OfficeX_1018.xml&secid=5&ssid=32&flgnosysreq=True

Apparently, it encompasses all prior 10.1.x updates to Office X.  I can tell you from my past and current experience that Office 2004 works much better than Office X in terms of Windows compatibilty and stability.
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