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    Office 2010 Mak codes - staff home use

    Hi All,

    Is there a way to integrate the a mak serial code into an office 2010 install disk to avoid giving disks and codes to staff for installation at home?

    Kind Regards,

    John.

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    You can order single-use media for staff to install themselves at home, think each one is 10 from what I remember...

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    Or you could create a .msp file using the Admin install.

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    Staff use at home rights requires separate media and keys. You shouldn't be giving out your keys from your agreement. This also applies for Student Licensing where you order / download separate media and keys

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    Yes, sign up to the Home Use Program under your volume agreement that way the staff pay $10 and get the full version with their own code and are allowed to use it for personal stuff. If its done any other way it should only ever be used for school stuff and you are responcible for the key.

    All a staff member would need to do is copy the CD or lend it to their kids (which they will) and you are violating the licensing terms in a big way.

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