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Re: MS Office 2003 Customer Experience Feedback Program
From: Steve Shockley (steve.shockleySHOCKLEY.NET)
Date: Fri Oct 24 2003 - 09:31:12 CDT
Jeff Click wrote:
> Microsoft. They are not very specific about the details. See
They seem reasonably detailed under "What types of information do you
collect?". I know in some OS betas they ask to send information about
*every* error message you get (even third-party programs).
> It is not enabled by default and does not appear to send any
> information until it is enabled. However, it still makes me nervous,
> since it is not appropriate for our environment and many users may
> enable it. Does anyone out there have better details on this buggar?
> Also, does anyone know how it can be turned off via GPO or SMS, etc.
> (i.e. any idea where the registry keys are for this setting)?
Try emailing askceip at microsoft.com, you'd probably want to disable it via
GPO as well as at the firewall/proxy. In the Office Resource Kit, you can
disable it under "Change Office User Settings" under Office 2003 (User) /
Improved Error Reporting, assuming you're using an admin install or are able
to apply the transform via other means.
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