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Server 2008 - DCOMCNFG Missing Microsoft Word Component

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In Server 2003, I can go into DCOMCNFG and find a component called "Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2000 - Document" component, but this is missing in Server 2008!

I need to find this component to set permissions and identify for Word 2007, please help.
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I've found the solution to this.

The application name is actually not 'Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2000 Document" anymore in Server 2008. The application name is the same name as the AppID of Word. So what I did is scroll down in the DCOMCNFG windows and look for the AppID. Done!
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