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Chapter 18. Updating Users’ Office 2003 ... > Managing Users’ Configurations by Po...

Managing Users’ Configurations by Policy

In a Microsoft Windows–based network, Group Policy settings help administrators control how users work with Microsoft Office 2003. By setting policies, you can define and maintain a particular Office 2003 configuration on users’ computers. Unlike other customizations—for example, default settings distributed in a transform (MST file)—policies are reapplied each time a user logs on to the network (or at some other interval set by the administrator), and users cannot edit the Windows registry to change them.

You can use Office policies to:


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