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Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise-WiNK

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Host: 72.232.61.202
Username: download2
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File: Applications/Microsoft.Office.2007.Enterprise-WiNK
Size: 654MB - 48 files - Contains a .bin and .cue

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Andy wrote:Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise-WiNK

FTP Server: AbyssUnderground FTP Server
Host: 72.232.61.202
Username: download2
Password: download2

File: Applications/Microsoft.Office.2007.Enterprise-WiNK
Size: 654MB - 48 files - Contains a .bin and .cue

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It is the Enterprise edition which still uses VLK 1.0 so it does not require activation.

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As Enterprise Edition of Office 2007 is only avaible via Volume Licensing, i think yes

But let me see in 3 hours

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This works great Thanks for it!

I've just installed it in a virtual machine to make sure it works, and am now thinking of getting rid of Office 2003 on my main setup! Not sure if that's a bit risky though, as I'd be pretty stuck if I had no working Word, Outlook etc.

Do some of the Office programs only come separately to the Office suite now? I looked at the comparison on the MS website of all the different versions of Office, and it seems none of them include things like Visio or Expression Web/Sharepoint Designer (what used to be FrontPage). Oh well, I suppose we'll have to wait for those to leak separately...
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sweet. now hopefully the beta2 TR will uninstall. unlike some of the other betas....

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Thanks for the message that it works, that has convinced me to give it a try! Yes, I think Visio and the FrontPage replacement are now separate. The presence of a .bin and a .cue file means this will need to be opened with DaemonTools or burned with Nero or something like that, right?

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empireum wrote:Thanks for the message that it works, that has convinced me to give it a try! Yes, I think Visio and the FrontPage replacement are now separate. The presence of a .bin and a .cue file means this will need to be opened with DaemonTools or burned with Nero or something like that, right?
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Okay, thanks. Do you happen to know a program that is able to open these image files? I don't have access to Nero ATM...

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You can just mount it with Daemon Tools and install it from there, or UltraIso can open/burn/convert all the different image formats
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Have anyone seen an German Build of 'Office 2007 Enterprise' ??

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not yet. Perhaps there will be a MUI-Package later availible.
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Just finished downloading it (along with Vista RTM), will test it soon

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does this leak have everything?

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cooled wrote:does this leak have everything?
cooled,

The whole point of BETA's is to test them... Find out yourself!

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Andy wrote:
cooled wrote:does this leak have everything?
cooled,

The whole point of BETA's is to test them... Find out yourself!
This isn't a beta.
lol, internet

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Koptor wrote:
Andy wrote:
cooled wrote:does this leak have everything?
cooled,

The whole point of BETA's is to test them... Find out yourself!
This isn't a beta.
I know this one isnt but whats the point of coming to a BETA site if you're not going to test anything?

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seems the wink does have everything.

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Replying to what was written on top:::

The final product is important for beta people because it shows the final evolution of the product and helps illustrate the changes...
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cooled wrote:seems the wink does have everything.
Well not seperate programs such as Project and Visio (obviously)

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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:include things like Visio or Expression Web/Sharepoint Designer (what used to be FrontPage)
FrontPage and Visio are not available in any editions of Office 2003 either.

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themodernizer wrote:
Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:include things like Visio or Expression Web/Sharepoint Designer (what used to be FrontPage)
FrontPage and Visio are not available in any editions of Office 2003 either.
You're right. I always thought FrontPage 2003 was included in at least the Professional edition of Office 2003 but it isn't...

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themodernizer wrote:
Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:include things like Visio or Expression Web/Sharepoint Designer (what used to be FrontPage)
FrontPage and Visio are not available in any editions of Office 2003 either.
i have seen copies that say "Office 2003 with FrontPage"

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___ wrote:
themodernizer wrote:
Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:include things like Visio or Expression Web/Sharepoint Designer (what used to be FrontPage)
FrontPage and Visio are not available in any editions of Office 2003 either.
i have seen copies that say "Office 2003 with FrontPage"
Yes, that means it's bundled with the "normal" Office 2003 and thus explicitly mentioned. But usually Office XP/2003 doesn't include it. I have a copy of "Office XP Professional with FrontPage", so it explicitly says FP is included with it. On the other hand, even Office 2003 Pro doesn't include FP and Visio by default. Don't know why.

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empireum wrote:Yes, that means it's bundled with the "normal" Office 2003 and thus explicitly mentioned. But usually Office XP/2003 doesn't include it. I have a copy of "Office XP Professional with FrontPage", so it explicitly says FP is included with it. On the other hand, even Office 2003 Pro doesn't include FP and Visio by default. Don't know why.
Yeah, I hadn't realised no version of Office included every Office program. My copy of Office 2003 is 2 CDs, with Office Pro on the first and OneNote, Visio, FrontPage and Project Pro on the second, but clearly that isn't an official SKU...you do have to install each of the 4 programs on the second CD separately, and they all have the same product key, which is different to the key for Office Pro on the first disc.

Oh well, let's hope the rest leaks soon
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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:
empireum wrote:Yes, that means it's bundled with the "normal" Office 2003 and thus explicitly mentioned. But usually Office XP/2003 doesn't include it. I have a copy of "Office XP Professional with FrontPage", so it explicitly says FP is included with it. On the other hand, even Office 2003 Pro doesn't include FP and Visio by default. Don't know why.
Yeah, I hadn't realised no version of Office included every Office program. My copy of Office 2003 is 2 CDs, with Office Pro on the first and OneNote, Visio, FrontPage and Project Pro on the second, but clearly that isn't an official SKU...you do have to install each of the 4 programs on the second CD separately, and they all have the same product key, which is different to the key for Office Pro on the first disc.

Oh well, let's hope the rest leaks soon
No, your Office 2003 version doesn't look like an official one I think it's just a matter of time till the rest leaks. On the other hand, we do get a quite nice bunch of programs in Office 2007 Enterprise, don't we?

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