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Hi sandeep B,

I am working on with the Office 2010 ProPlus. I would just like to get some help here. On your document, where did you get the xml file that will be used to create the custom AMP? Is this one of the xml files included in the Office source or is this needs to be created manually? I tried to browse/try all of the xml in the source however I always encountered file parsing error in each attempt. Hope you could shed some light on this issue. Thanks a lot!

Fred
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Hi, Fred,

I doubt that there is already an AMP available for Office 2010. At least nothing I am aware of.

However, Office 2010 will configure/deploy/install nearly identical to Office 2007, so you might have a look at the AMP for Office 2007 in the BSA Essentials Network: https://h20112.www2.hp.com/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=98&expandFolder=98

You might be able to adapt this AMP to Office 2010, however, this is a quite advanced job. A short technote on the Office 2007 AMP may be found here:
http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM476936

And here (http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM112679) you will find a Technote on how to deploy Office 2007 without AMP, which should be very simple to adapt to 2010.

For questions on any potential AMP for Office 2010, regularly check the BSA Essentials Network (https://www.www2.hp.com/) or submit a case at HP Software Support Online (http://support.openview.hp.com/casemanager/newincident)

In both cases you will need to register an HP Passport with your HP Software contract SAID (Service Agreement ID).

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Hi Fred,

I didnt worked on packaing office 2010, you need to use different xml file for office 2010. Contact HP or try searching in appdeploy.com


Regards
Sandeep
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hi sanddep B,

Would you know specifically where or to whom in HP should I ask for the Office 2010 xml file? Thanks in advance! 🙂

Fred
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Hi, Fred,

I doubt that there is already an AMP available for Office 2010. At least nothing I am aware of.

However, Office 2010 will configure/deploy/install nearly identical to Office 2007, so you might have a look at the AMP for Office 2007 in the BSA Essentials Network: https://h20112.www2.hp.com/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=98&expandFolder=98

You might be able to adapt this AMP to Office 2010, however, this is a quite advanced job. A short technote on the Office 2007 AMP may be found here:
http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM476936

And here (http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM112679) you will find a Technote on how to deploy Office 2007 without AMP, which should be very simple to adapt to 2010.

For questions on any potential AMP for Office 2010, regularly check the BSA Essentials Network (https://www.www2.hp.com/) or submit a case at HP Software Support Online (http://support.openview.hp.com/casemanager/newincident)

In both cases you will need to register an HP Passport with your HP Software contract SAID (Service Agreement ID).

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Hi Rodion,

Thank you so much for this information. I already submitted a case at HP Software Support and is just waiting for response if there are available documents related to this issue. Will share to you their feedback once received.

Fred
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