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    Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Have a new sysyem running Vista Home Premium - installed Office 2003 SBE and now everytime I open a Office product the EULA agreement come up asking if I agree have all the updates for both products (Vista & Office). Have also done a repair install on office still no difference - any suggestion.
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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    And yet another satisfied and appreciative member - Thank you - I am amazed at how you guy remember this stuff and reply so quickly.
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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    I know I found the solution one time before but now due to a problem with office and an uninstall then reinstall ( repair did not work) I find that Users seemed to have disappeared in regedit mode any suggestions -
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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Did you try clicking that Add button?

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Yes I did, but where to now -sorry wrong snip it
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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Type the name of a user or group into the box at the bottom, and click OK.

    I've never used Vista, but assuming that it is the same as every other version of Windows, you can also click the Advanced button, and then - without specifying any search criteria - click Find Now to get a list of all the valid users and groups.

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    I eventually found the way to add user????? as in the original post answer - however the solution then is not working.

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Just to make sure. You say that you added user????, you should have been adding ComputernameUSERS where computername is the name of your computer, and USERS is the actual word users. You need to grant Full Control permission to the USERS group for the registry key(s) shown in the article.

    Did you do this?

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Hopefully this is what you mean. If so it does not work, but it may be because I am not logged as Administrator - if so how can you confirm the admin privilege.
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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Two more things to check, and then I'm stuck.

    The screen shot shows "Permissions for 11.0", but you mentioned Office 2003 so you should be modifying a key called 12.0
    Did you check the box that said "Replace permission entries on all child objects ..."

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Office 2003 is 11.0. Office 2007 is 12.0.

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    My error, I saw all the entries under 12.0 on my PC that runs Windows 2003 and made a stupid assumption. These actually came from installing the converter for Office 2007.

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Is it possible that as Restricted appears first in the list and this is effecting how the other option operate. I checked another version on another machine and Restricted was listed as last in list.

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    Re: Office 2003 EULA (Vista Home Premium)

    Sorry, the RESTRICTED group seems to be new with Vista and I'm not familiar with it.

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