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- Start Word as the Interactive User.
- Start Word as a user with administrator rights.
- Load the user hive for the user account programmatically, or have a dummy service that runs under the user account.
In this scenario, you can change the user to "Interactive User" in the Internet Service Manager Microsoft Management Console, right-click your package, click the Identity tab, and then click Interactive User.
Note MTS might be involved implicitly when automating from ASP. Such an example is when you set your Web application to run in "isolation mode," or when you use Server.CreateObject in Active Server Pages (ASP) code.
In other situations, using the DCOMCNFG.exe utility is appropriate for setting the user under which Word runs.