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Post by Ronny Wagman » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00



I just have installed WinNT4.0 server for a network formed of Win95
boxes.
I wanted to install Microsoft Office for Windows95 for the network, but
as I started to install it, it said something about licesing and that I
have previously installed Office95 on the system, which isn't true, and
then asks me to proceed.
After I passed all these, the file installation procedure said that
I have previously installed a.s.o, after every file, and asks me to
proceed or not.
Why is this happening? What can I do in order to install Microsoft
Office in the network without problems?

Thank you in advance!
Regards,
Ronny Wagmann

 
 
 

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Post by Rainer Hae?ne » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00



> I just have installed WinNT4.0 server for a network formed of Win95
> boxes.
> I wanted to install Microsoft Office for Windows95 for the network, but
> as I started to install it, it said something about licesing and that I
> have previously installed Office95 on the system, which isn't true, and
> then asks me to proceed.
> After I passed all these, the file installation procedure said that
> I have previously installed a.s.o, after every file, and asks me to
> proceed or not.
> Why is this happening? What can I do in order to install Microsoft
> Office in the network without problems?

> Thank you in advance!
> Regards,
> Ronny Wagmann

Sorry, I dont know the answer.
But I strongly want to tell you, that it is extremely unfair to post
your question in such a large amount uf groups simultaneously.
Of course you are looking for an answer. Its easy to understand.
But you should take into account that it is necessary to read
your problem. You force a lot of people to do this. Take into account,
that all people reading your problem do this in a voluntary way.
Even more. Most of them have to pay to read the problem and to
give an answer.
It is not easy to select the correct group. But thats your task.
You have the problem! You have to view into the different groups! You
have to look, if there are possible FAQs! You have to observe,
if there are specialists within the group for your problem!
All these things have to happen prior to your posting!
Alltogether this is called
nettiquette. Usenet only will work if all users respect this.

An appendix.
I am unfair too, because this answer becomes posted to all newsgroups
too. Hope this is o.K. in this special case.

Rainer Haessner


 
 
 

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Post by Sid Lipk » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00


On Sat, 28 Dec 1996 22:22:32 -0800, Rainer Hae?ner


>Sorry, I dont know the answer.
>But I strongly want to tell you, that it is extremely unfair to post
>your question in such a large amount uf groups simultaneously.
>Of course you are looking for an answer. Its easy to understand.
>But you should take into account that it is necessary to read
>your problem. You force a lot of people to do this. Take into account,
>that all people reading your problem do this in a voluntary way.

 Listen  im all for unclogging bandwidth...but im sick of these self-appointed
   "usenet moniters" who go out of thier way to write essays to people
   who crosspost or type in caps or whatever...its pointless and just adds to
   the clutter....These people ethier will learn...or they wont...usenet has
   always been this way..and always will....its a shame many "ANAL" users
  are so pertrubed by imperfection...

   Usenet only will work if all users respect this.

   Usenet will work and has been working..reguardless of any  
   spam...crosspostpost or All caps letter....

Quote:>Even more. Most of them have to pay to read the problem and to
>give an answer.

  People that pay by the hour for internet service/newsfeed deserve
    what they get...this is about the most inane way to connect to the net...
    Plus...usenet is usenet...if you download 600 bullshit headers...thats
    all part of the deal... I for one think usenet is getting more commerical..
   BUT ..without spam...idiots...crossposts   etc...it just wouldnt be Real..

   If your *enough to spend your time correcting someones grammar
    or telling them what they allready know...you dont need usenet...its
    kaos...and allways will be...

Quote:>It is not easy to select the correct group. But thats your task.
>You have the problem! You have to view into the different groups! You
>have to look, if there are possible FAQs! You have to observe,

  This i agree with...its just common sense

Quote:>if there are specialists within the group for your problem!
>All these things have to happen prior to your posting!
>Alltogether this is called
>nettiquette.

>An appendix.
>I am unfair too, because this answer becomes posted to all newsgroups
>too. Hope this is o.K. in this special case.

ill let it pass...but watch it

Just some spew
  Sid

>Rainer Haessner


 
 
 

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Post by nob.. » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00



Kettle and Black Issue here.

Quote:> Listen  im all for unclogging bandwidth...but im sick of these self-appointed
>   "usenet moniters" who go out of thier way to write essays to people
>   who crosspost or type in caps or whatever...its pointless and just adds to
>   the clutter....These people ethier will learn...or they wont...usenet has
>   always been this way..and always will....its a shame many "ANAL" users
>  are so pertrubed by imperfection...

 
 
 

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Post by Sid Lipk » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00





>Kettle and Black Issue here.

True enough......My pointy headed friend...
Quote:

>> Listen  im all for unclogging bandwidth...but im sick of these self-appointed
>>   "usenet moniters" who go out of thier way to write essays to people
>>   who crosspost or type in caps or whatever...its pointless and just adds to
>>   the clutter....These people ethier will learn...or they wont...usenet has
>>   always been this way..and always will....its a shame many "ANAL" users
>>  are so pertrubed by imperfection...

 
 
 

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Post by Ed J » Mon, 30 Dec 1996 04:00:00






>>Kettle and Black Issue here.

>True enough......My pointy headed friend...

Shall we take a vote on who's wearing a pointed [read that: dunce]
cap?

Quote:

>>> Listen  im all for unclogging bandwidth...but im sick of these self-appointed
>>>   "usenet moniters" who go out of thier way to write essays to people
>>>   who crosspost or type in caps or whatever...its pointless and just adds to
>>>   the clutter....These people ethier will learn...or they wont...usenet has
>>>   always been this way..and always will....its a shame many "ANAL" users
>>>  are so pertrubed by imperfection...

Ed     c];^)

My return email address is altered to prevent spamming.

 
 
 

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Post by mt.. » Tue, 31 Dec 1996 04:00:00



> I just have installed WinNT4.0 server for a network formed of Win95
> boxes.
> I wanted to install Microsoft Office for Windows95 for the network, but
> as I started to install it, it said something about licesing and that I
> have previously installed Office95 on the system, which isn't true, and
> then asks me to proceed.
> After I passed all these, the file installation procedure said that
> I have previously installed a.s.o, after every file, and asks me to
> proceed or not.
> Why is this happening? What can I do in order to install Microsoft
> Office in the network without problems?

> Thank you in advance!
> Regards,
> Ronny Wagmann

try to plug it into wall
 
 
 

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Post by mt.. » Tue, 31 Dec 1996 04:00:00



> I just have installed WinNT4.0 server for a network formed of Win95
> boxes.
> I wanted to install Microsoft Office for Windows95 for the network, but
> as I started to install it, it said something about licesing and that I
> have previously installed Office95 on the system, which isn't true, and
> then asks me to proceed.
> After I passed all these, the file installation procedure said that
> I have previously installed a.s.o, after every file, and asks me to
> proceed or not.
> Why is this happening? What can I do in order to install Microsoft
> Office in the network without problems?

> Thank you in advance!
> Regards,
> Ronny Wagmann

try to plug it into wall
 
 
 

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Post by Gasma » Wed, 01 Jan 1997 04:00:00


My copy of Office did the same thing even though I have only installed it
on my own machine. Access also does this.




>Snip

 
 
 

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Post by blank so spammers cant get me » Sat, 25 Jan 1997 04:00:00


On a dark and misty night in fact Sun, 29 Dec 1996 17:54:11 GMT,you ,
snip

Quote:>>>Kettle and Black Issue here.

>>True enough......My pointy headed friend...

>Shall we take a vote on who's wearing a pointed [read that: dunce]
>cap?
anip
>>>> Listen  im all for unclogging bandwidth...but im sick of these self-appointed
>>>>   "usenet moniters" who go out of thier way to write essays to people
>>>>   who crosspost or type in caps or whatever...its pointless and just adds to
>>>>   the clutter....These people ethier will learn...or they wont...usenet has
>>>>   always been this way..and always will....its a shame many "ANAL" users
>>>>  are so pertrubed by imperfection...

snip

Ok yes

yes and er yes

but at least the guy posted to roughly appropriate groups, he's
talking about 95, NT, and OS's and Misc sort of stuff, hes not trying
to get you to dial 11111111 0990 and pay him 800 per minute and hes
not

Take 5 minutes to read this CASH $$$$$$$$4

So leave the guy alone and extract you finger from your butt.