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Yes, use the install.exe -net command to do the initial server install.
 
Yes, use the install.exe -net command to do the initial server install.

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Can I install OpenOffice.org on a Terminal Server?


OpenOffice.org version 1 (old)

rem: this page could need an update: current text is valid for OOo 1.0 and StarOffice 7. 
However, the response files are old, too, and may not have been tested with latest OS versions.

Yes, use the install.exe -net command to do the initial server install.

Then use the installed OpenOffice.org setup.exe program to set up Workstation installations for each individual user. This can be a long process. It is possible to create a response file (OOo 1.0 and StarOffice 7) so that the installation is done automatically through a logon profile next time your users log into the system.

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