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We have all 64 bit OS installed on our laptops, but when they rolled out Office 365 installations some users chose the default 32 bit and some chose the 64.

I have an add in for office that has separate installers depending upon which office version they have installed.

is there a way in the K1000 I can see what installs are where so I can create a label and set each instance to install to the correct version of office needed?

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  • You're aware, are you, that Microsoft explicitly counsels users to NOT install 64-bit Office? I would remove it as an option.
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What I did for office 2010 & 2013 was what jegolf said, create a CIRs then you can create labels based on that CIRs

here are screen shots and you can adapt them to your needs.








Answered 01/20/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
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Does the software inventory give any difference in the title you could create a smart label for? Another option would be to create custom inventory rules. One that looks for C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15 and one that looks for C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15...that might work for you.
Answered 01/20/2015 by: jegolf
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