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Hi,

I have two Windows Server 2012 Session Host servers with Office 2013 and Office 2010 installed on each.

When installing the software I used the command (change user /install) and after I was finished (change user /execute)

When a new user opens Microsoft Office from Remoteapp. The Office application asks the new user to pick how they would like to handle updates.

How do I stop that from coming up for new users. I just want Office to open without asking any questions.

Thank you for your time.
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Is there any setting that can be changed on the local Admin account to prevent the office welcome screen from showing up for all new users?
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Did you try my link?
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