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How do I create a deploy.cmd file to deploy Office 2003 or Office 2007 to numerous computers?

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Hi All,

I would like to create an .msi file and use the deploy.cmd command to install Office 2003 and in the future, Office 2007 to numerous computers on the network. I would like the .msi file to contain the configuration information for Outlook because my client is using an Exchange server. Does anyone have step by step instrctions on how to do this?
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