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I'm getting an error when trying to install the MS Junk E-mail Reporting Add-In.  The error says "The installation is unable to proceed due to missing dependencies.  Please verify you have all the pre-requisites installed on your machine".  We are running Windows XP SP3 and Outlook 2007, and I am only getting this on a few of the machines.  I haven't been able to find anything in the MS knowledge base that is helpful.  Any ideas?
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Can you re-rerun the office 2007 install and make sure the full install (run all from my computer) is selected.

Also go to Windows Update and make sure all .net updates are installed.  You may have to look into optional software portion of windows update.

Let me know how that goes.
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It was an issue with the Primary Interop Assemblies.  Thanks!
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