Need to reinstall MS Office 2003 Standard Edition and need an ISO image or something..

EE,

We are re-imaging three of our office PCs, all of which have MS Office 2003 Standard Edition.  I have valid licenses for all of our PC software, so I don't want to do anything illegal, but we need an image to install MS Office 2003 and which will allow us to continue using our product licenses.

Any Suggestions?

Rojosho
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RojoshoRTCC-III Level-2 SupportAsked:
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DrTribosCommented:
If you know someone with an MSDN subscription, or if you can get a trial, then you can download from MSDN...
RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
Easy enough via the Microsoft Store

https://officesetup.getmicrosoftkey.com/

Enter the product key and you'll have access to the image.  I did this for Office 2010
Robert HolmesNetwork Engineer / Operations ManagerCommented:
Hi Rojosho,

Rob's answer may work for your needs. But it will also depend on what type of license your Office 2003 is. Do you know if it is OEM, Retail or under a Volume License Agreement?

If it was purchased under an OEM or Retail agreement, the website Rob proposed (https://officesetup.getmicrosoftkey.com/) would be worth trying. I cannot guarantee this will work. There are other sites similar that Microsoft provided but only go back to Office 2007.

If it was purchase under an agreement, you should have access to Microsoft's Volume Licensing Service Centre (https://www.microsoft.com/Licensing/servicecenter/default.aspx). You would have been given access to this website when the agreement was made.

Unfortunately Microsoft do not support Office 2003 anymore, therefore it will be difficult to gain a copy from them if you phoned up.

Your last option would be "biting the bullet" and purchasing a new copy of Office.

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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Not enough information to confirm an answer.
Robert HolmesNetwork Engineer / Operations ManagerCommented:
I believe we have all given him some good advise on the request and issue. Rojosho has not responded further to the question and has done this for another question on EE as well (see http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28738780/Seperate-Windows-7-Purchases-or-Volume-License.html#a41223365).

 Either Rojosho has found information elsewhere and forgotten about this question or has used the information and not awarded points where necessary.
RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
Don't include my comment as it doesn't work for 2003.  Definitely works for 2010, just not 2003 :S
Robert HolmesNetwork Engineer / Operations ManagerCommented:
I would recommend a split between http:#a41035294, http:#a41037047 & provide John's comment as he assisted with non compliancy http:#a41035306.
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