Office converter pack via GPO installation problem

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
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Followed bergertime instructions:
Installed fileformatconverters.exe on XP sp2 box and copied C:\Program Files\MSECache\O2007Cnv\1033\*.* to a shared folder \\server\office07 conver\.
Everyone has share Read permissions and R/W security setting over this folder.
In GPMC created GPO and pointed computer configuration \ software installation to shared folder.
I'm receiving errors 102, 108 from Application Management, and error 1085 from Userenv on the desktops where I'm trying to install the converter.
What I'm missing?
Question by:cohhelp
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    Just extract the fileformatconverters.exe using Winzip or 7-Zip then use O12Conv.msi with the normal MSI switches /qn etc..



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