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Can someone confirm if Office 2003 will happily sit in a Windows Server 2012 / XenApp 7 environment (ignoring the fact that Office 2003 isn't support by MS any longer)?
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Yes it does work and there should be no issues (I have tried it for legacy apps where we need Excel).
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Its working fine with out any issue, You can install the same on 2012 platform.
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