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Office 2013 (32bit) registration in Xenclient Shared Image

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I am using citrix xenclient in my office.
I have created a shared VM and published to all my users.

The issue I have is that because it is a shared image it loses everything on a reboot and office 2013 keys also gets lost and users are prompted again to activate office 2013.

I am aware I can create a policy in Xenclient Synchroniser which will keep the Office 2013 keys stored. Does anyone know how to do this?
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