Aug 27 2011
If you want to suppress the user first starts Microsoft Office 2010 when the “Welcome to Microsoft Office 2010″ dialog box, you can configure privacy options. “Welcome to Microsoft Office 2010″ dialog box, also known as opt-Wizard or the “Recommended Settings” dialog, which allows the user to enable or disable some Internet-based services to help protect and improve the Office 2010 applications.
Planning privacy options
If the user selects “Use recommended settings”, the following security and privacy settings option is enabled:
• System for Windows Vista and newer operating system and Office 2010 applications automatically install recommended updates and critical updates.
• applications to connect to Office.com to get updated Help content, and to receive installation of Office 2010 applications to help target content.
• be able to periodically download a small application files that help identify system problems and will prompt the user to send the error report to Microsoft.
• User Registered Customer Experience Improvement Program.
If the user selects “only install updates” will be for Windows Vista and newer Windows operating system and Office 2010 applications automatically install recommended updates and critical updates. Users will be notified about new optional software. For Windows XP, will install high-priority updates. However, privacy options in Office 2010 applications has not changed, which means in effect is the default privacy option. If the user selects “Do not change” in the Windows Security Center will not change the automatic update, and privacy options in Office 2010 has not changed, which means in effect is the default privacy option.
Office 2010 applications, the default privacy options are as follows:
• Office 2010 applications are not connected to Office.com to get updated Help content, and is not detected on your computer, Office applications to provide users with improved search results.
• Office 2010 applications do not download a small program to help diagnose the problem, and not to send Microsoft error message information.
• users do not enroll in Customer Experience Improvement Program.
As the “Welcome to Microsoft Office 2010″ dialog box allows the user to enable or disable some Internet-based service, so you may need to prevent the dialog box appears and configure these services separately. If you suppress the dialog box, it is recommended that you enable all Internet-based service, you can configure privacy options to do this.