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Logon problems after installing Office 2000 on Windows 2000

When I install Office 2000 on a Windows 2000 or XP computer designed for a network, I have to install it with the computer logged into the network. Otherwise, when the user goes to use Office 2000 for the first time it asks for the Office CD ROM. Is there a way to install Office 2000 so this does not happen?
The Microsoft Office 2000 Resource Kit includes a Custom Installation Wizard allows administrators to modify almost every aspect of the installation process. For more information, check the Office 2000 Resource Kit Online at Office 2000 Resource Kit. Since most new workstations are being shipped with large hard drives (60-80GB), many companies are electing to simply do a complete Office installation.

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