Office 2007 crashes on Windows Server 2003 SP2 64 bit, Terminal Server role

When i try to install my install licensed office 2007 STD on our windows
2003 terminal server i get an error. The event viewer shows the event ID 5000:

The description for Event ID ( 5000 ) in Source ( Microsoft Office 12 )
cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry
information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer.
You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see
Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event:
office12setup; {10120000-0f00-0000-0000–0000000ff1ce}; 12.0.4518.1014; x; 2;
x; x; x; NIL; NIL; NIL.

here is the work around http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927476

How to reset the nickname and the automatic completion caches in Outlook

How to remove nickname cache entries, one at a time

Outlook 2010

  1. Open a new email message.
  2. Type the first few characters of the nickname cache entry that you want to remove from the cache.
  3. When the entry appears in the “suggested names” list, move your mouse pointer over the name until it becomes highlighted. (But do not click the name).
  4. When the “X” icon appears next to the highlighted name, click X to remove the name from the list.

Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003

  1. Open a new email message.
  2. Type the first few characters of the nickname cache entry that you want to remove from the cache.
  3. When the entry appears in the “suggested names” list, use the UP and DOWN arrow keys on your keyboard to select the entry, and then press DELETE on your keyboard.

for more information check here

Windows XP “run” command missing

Issue:
Run disappeared from the start menu and taskbar properties
When u press winkey+R, you get the message that this operation has been canceled due to restriction on this computer. please contact your administrator

Workaround/Solution:

Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the “C:WindowsSystem32” directory. 
Within this directory, locate the “gpedit.msc” file and double-click on it. 
This should open up the Group Policy Editor. 
Navigate to “User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Start Menu and Taskbar”. 
On the right side of the screen, locate the policy labeled “Remove Run menu from Start Menu” and double-click on it.
Set this policy to “disabled”.
Click the Apply button, followed by the OK button.  Within a few minutes the Run option should become available again.

This set of instructions will work on Windows XP Professional Edition, but I am pretty sure that the gpedit.msc file is not available on Windows XP Home Edition.  If this is the edition you are on, then go to “http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htm” and locate the link labeled “Restore the Run Command”.  This should provide you with a file that you can run and merge to your registry.  I trust this web site, but you might want to take a look around it before you download and run this file.  Merging anything to your registry is a risk, so it is always a good idea to make sure that you personally trust the source.

Something that you need to do after (maybe even before) you restore the run command is to run a complete system scan with an anti-virus program and a spyware program.  The reason I suggest this is because the only times I have known the Run command to suddenly become disabled is when some form of malicious code had purposefully disabled it.  Typically, other things are disabled, too, such as Task Manager or regedit.

original post: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Windows-XP-3282/run-command-missing.htm