Office XP Service Pack 3 slipstream

Posted on 2007-10-04
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I have already created an Office image with SP2 slipstreamed into it. Can i slipstream SP3 on top my already exisitng install or do I need to run through the entire process again?
Question by:Atomic75

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abuckheit earned 2000 total points
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service packs include previous service packs, so either way you have to slipstream only 1 file, the SP3.  So I would start over with a fresh office 2k3 install and slipstream the SP3 into it.



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Good Deal.
I ended up re-doing the entire process and it worked just fine. I just imported my Customized transform file into the new directory, and made sure to keep the new directpry the same name.

Thanks for your help.

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