Group Policy allows you to disable certain UI elements within Office applications, which you might want to do in the case of the Information Rights Management feature built into Office 2003 and 2007.
Adobe have made the Adobe Customisation Wizard 9 available for download for use with deploying Acrobat and Reader 9 applications.
“and I want you to f**king acknowledge it!”
I haven’t used Orca to edit MSI files since I found Camwood appEditor around November last year. Since then though, appEditor has become has become InstEd and it’s even better than its’ predecessor.
There are numerous ways to customise the default user profile in earlier versions of Windows, including:
An update to the documentation included in the Windows Automated Installation Kit are available:
Ok, two separate issues but here, but fixed the same way. First up is Windows Update reporting:
There are three tools that I use for creating and managing screen shots for documentation and posting here on my blog:
What’s the best new feature of Microsoft Application Virtualisation 4.5? There’s plenty to pick from, but I’m digging the new Vista style icons: