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On 25/07/2011 19:14, plino wrote:

The most interesting part is that if you stop the Windows installation after
the files are unpacked and then execute the msi file on a batch of PCs you
will not be bothered by the MS VC++ outdated libraries because they are not
contained in the msi :)

In fact this is explained in the readme file:

"If you perform an administrative installation using setup /a, you need to
make sure that the file msvc90.dll is installed on the system. This file is
required for LibreOffice to start after an administrative installation."

So this seems to be the solution for not installing outdated runtimes. Thank
you for helping me find this hack :)

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My pleasure. I was thinking about enterprise setups with large amounts of computers to configure applications on.

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