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Default startup in 2.0?

Marvin Pillers

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/><p><font face="courier new,courier,monospace">Hello, I'm
new to this list and couldn't locate an answer in
archives.</font></p><p><font face="courier
new,courier,monospace">We are using Open Office 2.0 on
Win2000 workstations - In a K-12 school environment.
Upgraded from 1.1.4</font></p><p><font face="courier
new,courier,monospace">We installed 2.0 on each
workstation in computer labs as administrator, for
&quot;all users on computer&quot;.</font></p><p><font
face="courier new,courier,monospace">Now
each user (student) still needs to accept license
agreement and click
registration method each time that particular student
moves to another
machine.? Each computer in the computer lab could have
several users
each day.? We didn't have this problem with OO 1.1.0 -
1.1.4</font></p><p><font face="courier
have a compounded problem because we use DeepFreeze to
lock down C:
drive to prevent changes and deletions in the computer
labs. This makes
it even more necessary for a default license accept and
choice.? Student saves all documents, etc. to network
storage folder,
but can't save startup info.</font></p><p><font
face="courier new,courier,monospace">Anyone
have any ideas on how to get generic default startup in
2.0, similar to
1.1.4, where a user doesn't need to accept license and do
for each machine they use?</font></p><p><font
face="courier new,courier,monospace">Thanks in
advance,</font></p><p><font face="courier

</font></p><font size="2" face="courier
/>Marvin Pillers    --</font><font size="2" face="courier
new,courier,monospace">- Garfield-Palouse Cooperative
Schools ----</font>

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