MS Project 2000 uses the same setup technology and setup logic as Office
2000 SR1. You shouldn't have a problem installing Project and Office in
*any* order but you should install the Outlook Security Update last. Just
to be safe install them in the order of their release dates (oldest first,
1. Project 2000
2. Office 2000 SR1a
3. Outlook 2000 Security Update
Thanks. Microsoft Project
> I am about to begin deploying Project 2000 in my enterprise, onto
> running the operating systems: Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (SP5), Windows
> 2000 Professional and Windows 98 (SP1). And I was wondering if somebody
> would be kind enough to resolve a number of installation considerations
> I have?
> At the moment, I have Office 2000 Premium installed on all clients and I
> planning on install Project 2000. But I also am planning on installing
> Office 2000 SR-1a, the Windows Installer 1.1 update and the Outlook 2000
> Security Update and I was wonder where if at the installation of Project
> 2000 should come into the sequence?
> For example, should I install Project 2000 before I apply SR-1a and
> Installer 1.1 or after the application of these two components? It has
> sugguested the Project 2000 uses Windows Installer 1.1 anyway, is this so?
> Thankyou, if anybody is able to assist me in this issue I would be most
> Neil Hobbs
> MCP: Windows NT 4.0 (Server, Enterprise, Workstation and TCP/IP)