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    Hi,

    I try to install Office 2003 and I get:

    This program has been damaged, possibly by a bad sector of the hard drive or a virus. Please reinstall it

    I’ve tried it via two DVD drives and one virtual drive mounting an ISO image … same result, there is nothing wrong with the CD itself.

    Another issue (though not reconcilable i.e. I can live with it as an imprefect solution) is that I can’t find any way of making “My Documents” (the default library?) point at the network location where individual domain members (2003 AD) documents are stored … I wasn’t able to do it with Vista either which was one of the reasons I dropped back to XP.

    Any ideas?

    Kyu

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