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Lync 2013 installation issue

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Hi All,


I am trying to push out a Lync 2013 installation to my clients via GPO. I have used the MS Office Customisation Tool to modify the install and I have it installing via a logon script but I am finding that in my testing it also uninstalls the Office applications like Word/Outlook/Excel, etc.

Any ideas on how to stop this from occurring?


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Gajendra Rathod earned 1000 total points
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Login script is not good method to install windows product.

Please use software installation method
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