Microsoft® Office® 2010 setup properties
Microsoft Office 2010 is the latest MS Office suit available from Microsoft. You have to install the setup file from the Microsoft website. This office suit is the successor to Microsoft Office 2007. While installing the application you have to make sure that your system is free from all viruses. Otherwise the setup file would get corrupted and Microsoft Office 2010 would not be able to work at all. There are certain properties which are associated with the setup of Microsoft Office 2010. Among them some are available, others are blocked and some others are being replaced by the options in OCT and the Config.xml file.
- Available properties
- Replaced properties
- Blocked properties
There are some available properties. HIDEUPDATEUI is such a property. If it set to True, it would hide the Check for Updates button on the completion dialog box. This property is being ignored if the completion dialog box is not displayed. The default value present is False. PRIMARYFOLDER is another property. It would designate a primary folder for the installation. The property ROOTDRIVE would specify the default drive for the destination folder of the installation. The value of this property would always end with ''.
It is seen that a number of Windows Installer properties are being replaced by options in the OCT or in the Config.xml file. If you have specified any of these properties in the OCT Modify Setup properties page, or with the Config.xml Setting element, the Setup would end the installation. SOURCELIST (in LIS element) property is replaced by 'Additional network sources' which is an option in the OCT. SOURCELIST is used in order to locate the archives of the package distribution system in use on the system. COMPANYNAME property is replaced by OCT option called 'Installation location and organization name'. TARGETDIR property is replaced by OCT option 'Installation location and organization name'. This would specify the root destination directory for the installation.
Some properties are there which are blocked. They are no longer applicable to Microsoft Office 2010. If you have specified them in the OCT Modify Setup properties page, the setup would end the installation. ALLUSERS is such a property. This would configure the installation context of the package present. DISABLEROLLBACK is the other blocked property. If this is set to 1, the installer would not store the rollback files during installation and disable the installation rollback. By default, rollback is enabled.
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