Let me guess. You have been solving Outlook issues for your users by going to Control Panel>MAIL, deleting the Mail profile, and then opening Outlook to generate a new profile haven’t you? That’s ok if you’re a beginner, but if you want to be a pro, then you have to learn the switches. That way you can stay at your desk and automate things a bit.
Here’s the deal. Open a run prompt (not a command prompt) and type “Outlook ” followed by one of the switches below. Take a look at the list as you’ll be surprised at the… Continue reading →
So there is good news, and there is bad news, as far as Office 2010 is concerned. The good news is that Microsoft has made it very easy to deploy Office 2010 Professional Plus within a corporate network. The bad news is that you still will want to spot-check about 10% of your systems to make sure that it worked.
Here’s how to do it:
1 ) Run setup.exe /admin to launch the Customization utility.
2 ) Configure the settings, as deemed appropriate. Make sure to include your license key, and then save the MSP file.
3 ) Go to… Continue reading →