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Verify that the values under: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders use valid drive letters. Installation ended prematurely" error message when you install Office XP System Files UpdateDescription of the numbering scheme for the product code GUIDs in Office 2000 Did this information help you Is there a registry setting to fix this? "japson" wrote: > I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03. Invalid Drive: Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:CAUSE:The problem occurs because the Office Setup program uses registry keys to determine the locations of certain folders that are required to install Office. Source

Is there a registry setting to fix this? "japson" wrote: > I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03. Invalid Drive" error message when you try to install Office 2000You receive an "Error 1327. x 34 Anonymous I was getting an event id error of 11327 from the msiInstaller that was stating there was an invalid H:\ drive while I was trying to uninstall a Login here!

How would I enable verbose logging for this? Is there a registry setting to fix > this? > > "japson" wrote: > > >>I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03. Invalid Drive: :\ English: Request a translation of the event description in plain English. When you execute a BAT file, you could simply place a line like: SET HOMEDRIVE=C: This setting will only remain for that instance Go to Solution 5 5 2 3 Participants

Is there any resolution? > > > Description: > Product: Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 -- Error 1327. However, everytime I log on I have to map the network drive and it is real annoying. Comments: Captcha Refresh Home Welcome to the Spiceworks Community The community is home to millions of IT Pros in small-to-medium businesses. However, everytime I log on I have to map the network >>drive and it is real annoying.

Are you trying to install this on a big corporate network or a home PC? japson wrote: > The problem is Office will not let me install on the local C:\ drive. Is there a registry setting to fix > > this? > > > > "japson" wrote: > > > > > >>I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03. Is there a registry setting to fix this? "japson" wrote: > I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03.

Is there any resolution? > > > Description: > Product: Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 -- Error 1327. Invalid >>Drive: F:\ -- Gerry Hickman (London UK) Gerry Hickman, Aug 3, 2005 #16 Gerry Hickman Guest Hi, This is one scenario where the most annoying Microsoft phrase is actually Any help to get past this 'Invalid Drive" error is greatly appreciated. Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL

  • Whenever I log onto a > machine with a local account, the Office installer begins and I and stuck > with the error below.
  • Is there any resolution? > > > Description: > Product: Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 -- Error 1327.
  • Select the correct drive letter from the list, and then click OK.
  • It is looking for a shared network drive, if I map to >>that location it works.
  • It only > allows installation on a network drive.
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  • It is looking for a shared network drive, if I map to > that location it works.
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It is looking for a shared network drive, if I map to > that location it works. Mirfster: I adjusted my my BAT to the following and it worked perfectly!!! @echo off Set HOMEDRIVE=C: net use y: /d net use y: \\computername\sharename /user:domain\username PASSWORD msiexec /i Y:\AgentAM_ENU\agtsd.msi /quiet Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Disk Administrator.2. The 'plug in' is called Software delivery which behaves similar to Microsofts SCCM.

Is there any resolution? > > > Description: > Product: Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 -- Error 1327. this contact form Are you trying to install this on a big corporate network or a home PC? Thank you for searching on this message; your search helps us identify those areas for which we need to provide more information. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!).

Thanks in advance for your advice / pointers David 0 Comments [ + ] Show Comments Comments Please log in to comment Rating comments in this legacy AppDeploy message board It only allows installation on a network drive. Answered 01/15/2008 by: AngelD Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 0 Thanks so much for the reply... have a peek here Thanks again!

Add your comments on this Windows Event! If you're the network admin you'd know the answer, if you're not then where did you get this copy of Office? Is there a registry setting to fix > this? > > "japson" wrote: > > >>I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03.

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Sign Up Now! PST on Dec. 30th with the primary email address on your Experts Exchange account and tell us about yourself and your experience. Is there any resolution? > > > Description: > Product: Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 -- Error 1327. It only allows installation on a network drive.

Invalid > Drive: F:\ japson, Aug 3, 2005 #10 Gerry Hickman Guest Hi, This is one scenario where the most annoying Microsoft phrase is actually valid - "Contact your network Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? I then cd to where psexec and my .bat file are which is f:\caf. http://chatflow.net/event-id/event-viewer-event-id-list.html Is there a registry setting to fix > this? > > "japson" wrote: > > >>I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03.

I had two of them that I had to change. I checked out error 11327 on EventID's site and the suggestion to was check/modify registry settings to make sure the programs location was not pointing to H:. Join the IT Network or Login. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > japson Guest I have a WinServer03Standard server with Office 03.

So I decided to write this article to act as my own knowledge base for future reference, and hope you will also benefit. x 26 Private comment: Subscribers only. However, everytime I log on I have to map the network > drive and it is real annoying. caf setserveraddress ipaddress net use y: /d :end echo "Done" Thanks to both of you for the help! 0 LVL 8 Overall: Level 8 Installation 4 Message Expert Comment by:Mirfster

As long as drive mappings are unenforceable, these incidents are inevitable. Although I have the perms to do so, it is not a viable solution for me to modify the registry on 1000+ machines. It only allows installation on a network drive. Sign up now!

Yes: My problem was resolved. Invalid > Drive: F:\ japson, Aug 3, 2005 #9 japson Guest The problem is Office will not let me install on the local C:\ drive. If the drive letter of the hard disk that contains the operating system is changed, the registry keys refer to nonexistent folders, and Setup fails.To resolve this problem, use the Windows Related Links SoftDeployer Home Page K2000 Deployment Appliance Documentation Smart Software Synchronisation Home Page PolicyMaker Home Page ActiSetup Product FAQ Zenworks Suite Support Rembo Auto-Deploy Support Applying community-inspired innovation to software

Are you trying to install this on a big corporate network or a home PC?