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Siginets Office Integrator 1.0.67      

Size:   3.51MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2008-09-25

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OS:  Windows XP

Downloads:   4954

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


USER RATING

3.67

(3 Votes)

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Software Product Description

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Siginet's Office Integrator can easily slipstream Service Packs and Hotfixes for your Microsoft Office Suite. It also has an online database of Registry entries needed to fix Microsoft Update so that it will detect that your updates have been slipstreamed.

Features:

  • Create an uncompressed Administrative Install Point
  • Integrate Service Packs and Hotfixes in to the Administrative Install Point
  • Directly Integrate Service Packs and Hotfixes in to a compressed Office source
  • Create HotPacks, these are user created archives containing all the Hotfixes currently required for an up to date Office install.
  • Create an AIO ISO of the Office suite

USER REVIEWS

"Weapon of mass destruction"

Reviewer: -Stuart

Review Date: 2011-07-02

Pros: None, its dangerous.

Cons: hit the wrong button and kiss your files goodbye!!

Other Thoughts: I hit one wrong button and it done a great job of vaporising my documents!
Its not a very complicated program, it only takes a few clicks to try and slipstream a service pack.

I selected the source file and created a new folder in "my documents as the destination.
I checked the box to produce an iso file and when i went to click on the destination file i hit "my documents" by mistake.
It was a small honest mistake that cost me to loose 60gb of data which it wiped in seconds!
When i hit create a red warning flashed up with "folder error" that required the task manager to shut it down.

When i went to my documents several folders were gone with thousands of files.
Ive spent the last 3 hours recovering and sorting my files out so i would leave this one as their seems to be a helluva big bug in it.

It might be useful to get an error message if you click on a wrong box during set up, rather than after its destroyed your files, seems an obvious way to write the program.
The aurthor should maybe take up writing viruses for a living as his utility is a weapon of mass destruction.

I advise anyone to keep well away from this, if one wrong click can do this, it should be in a Kamikaze section and the writer should never be allowed on a pc ever again.

Thanks for wiping my documents, you should call the next version "Napalm" or Disintegration version.

Its absolute junk and should be pulled from the site.

3.67

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