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Old 10-18-2005, 04:28 PM
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Default Office2003 won't work correctly for non-admin when logged on


Office 2003 problems occur for users who are not admins, when they are logged
in as users on the domain. 1) Access error - 'collating sequence not
supported' 2) Word Macro error -- 'VBE6ext.OLB could not be loaded' 3)
Excel error -- missing library. Each time the user launches Word, the
installer dialog appears. Office works correctly for admins on the network.
Office works correctly for users and admins when logged into machine locally.
If the user logs into the domain as a user, these problems occur. Office has
been installed and reinstalled. Is there a network policy causing this? If
so, can you tell me how to fix this? These problems happen on every computer
for every user (20 users). Thank you.
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Old 08-16-2006, 02:41 PM
ludwigmace ludwigmace is offline
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Default office 2003, possibly your registry

Here's something that worked for me.

Get SetACL.exe (Sourceforge, google for it)

Run the following on affected computers:
setacl -on hkcr\TypeLib -ot reg -actn ace -ace n:Everyone;p:full -rec yes

That will give full access to everything for everyone in the TypeLib branch of the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT registry trunk. I don't see how this is a big security risk, given that it's only the TypeLib branch.
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