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installing different versions of office products in a server

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Hi,

I want to install outlook 2010 professional plus and work/execl/powerpoint  2010 standard edition in a citrix server ( windows 2008 R2)

Is this possible?

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This should be fine, in theory. Take a backup of the Citrix server then try this: install Office 2010 Standard without Outlook, then install the Outlook Professional Plus standalone product on top of it. If it doesn't work, restore from your backup then install Office 2010 with Outlook, then install the standalone version of Outlook on top. If you get prompted to upgrade Outlook, do so.
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