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You reminded me of a very useful point that in my honest opinion should be made available to enterprise environment users.

I am sure most of you are aware that windows server has something called group policy. With this it requires installers to be msi based. One perk of having these types of installers is that system admins would only need to force the group policy on a newly setup machine and all apps will be installed via group policy. This will eliminate the need for a system admin to spend days getting a few thousand machines up and running Libreoffice, and allows centralization of upgrading when newer versions are released.

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