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If you intend to install QPR Web Services Foundation and/or QPR Add-In for Microsoft Office 2007/2010 (both available as options in the Custom setup, not included in a Typical installation), there are some additional dependencies:

 

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 runtime for both features
Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) 3.0 SP1 runtime and Office 2007 Primary Interoperability Assemblies for QPR Add-In for Microsoft Office 2007 (Microsoft Office 2010 contains the required assemblies by default).

 

All of these requirements are included in the QPR 8 installation package and installed if the corresponding features are selected to be included in the installation, but you might consider installing these components before the QPR 8 installation in the following cases:

 

Bandwidth usage is a concern or you are installing the suite on multiple workstations. Due to the size of the full runtime, the QPR 8 package includes only an installer bootstrapper which fetches the rest of the framework from the Microsoft web site. Distributing the framework internally within your organization before QPR 8 installation eliminates the need for separately fetching the framework to all target workstations.
You want to reduce time required to install QPR 8
You want to install QPR 8 silently (VSTO runtime installation does not run silently when launched from the QPR 8 package).

 

Note that in order for the QPR Add-In for Microsoft Office to work properly, the Office 2007 or 2010 installation needs to have the Visual Basic for Applications feature installed (found in the Office Shared Features section of the installation options).

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