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Chapter 5. Installing Office 2003 > Installing Office with Elevated Privileges

Installing Office with Elevated Privileges

In the Microsoft Windows® environments that support Microsoft Office 2003, different groups of users have different levels of rights and permissions. In these environments, default users have limited access to system areas of the computer. Because Office 2003 Setup writes to system areas of the Windows registry, a user must have administrator rights to the local computer to install Office 2003.

Users without administrator rights cannot install Office 2003. To install Office on computers where users lack administrator rights, you must run Setup with elevated privileges. After Office is installed, users without administrator rights can run all installed features, including installing features on demand, provided the initial installation was performed in an elevated context.


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