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Installing MsAccess.msp on multible machines with script or command

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Hi,
I have to install MsAccess.msp on multible machines in our organisation. How do I make a silent installation that can be run with eg. login script.
None og the pc's has admin rights, and they are all Windows XP - We have Office 2003 Pro that does not have a admin install point.

Thanks in advance,

regards
Lars Nielsen
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Have a look at this similar question
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Applications/dBase/Q_23564317.html


Good Luck!

Gary
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Thanks Gary - Havn't seen that one.. :-)
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Glad to help!
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