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Packaging Office 2010 using Citrix profiler

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Hi,
I was wondering what is the recommended way of deploying Office 2010 products.. Can I profile each office app individually or do I have to package the whole suite and then publish each app?

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Carl Webster earned 1000 total points
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The guy who used to be the Profiler product architect at Citrix recommended to NEVER profile Office.

http://blogs.citrix.com/2011/06/16/layers-of-cake-ms-office-in-the-base/

I agree with him.  Office has OS dependencies and many application have Office dependencies.  Office should be in the base image in my opinion.
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