10/02/2014 6048 views

Im trying to deploy Office 2013 proofing tool trough SCCM 2012. I haven't created anything in SCCM yet since i try to get my silent installation to work first.

The problem that i expiernence is that no proofing tool won't install. Please see my config.xml file down below.

<Configuration Product="Proofkit">

<Display Level="Basic" CompletionNotice="no" SuppressModal="no" AcceptEula="yes" />
<OptionState Id="ProofingTools_1053" State="Absent" Children="force" />
<OptionState Id="ProofingTools_1044" State="Absent" Children="force" />
<OptionState Id="ProofingTools_2068" State="Absent" Children="force" />
<OptionState Id="ProofingTools_1030" State="Absent" Children="force" />
<OptionState Id="ProofingTools_1035" State="Absent" Children="force" />
<Setting Id="SETUP_REBOOT" Value="Never" />
<!-- <Setting Id="KMSSERVICENAME" Value="oa-o14kms-02.redmond.corp.microsoft.com" /> -->


What im trying to do with this config file is to install the following proofing tools:
  • Swedish
  • Norwegian (BokmÃ¥l)
  • Norwegian (Nynorsk)
  • Danish
  • Finnish
I start the installation via powershell with the following command: .\setup.exe /config "C:\Users\USERNAME\Desktop\Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 Proofing Tool 15\proofkit.ww\config.xml"

Does anyone have any suggestions what im doing wrong?

Thank in advance!

// Anthon

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Hello again!

2 minutes after that i created this post i found the solution.

I change all State="Absent" to State="local" it all proofing tools what i wanted successfully installed without any problems.

// Anthon
Answered 10/02/2014 by: anthon
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SCCM does not have access to user profiles so specifying a location in a user profile for the XML configuration file looks like a possible cause for your failure. Try it in a different, common, location.

Also, are you really pointing at a KMS server located at Microsoft or is this just to conceal your real KMS server?

Answered 10/04/2014 by: EdT
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Glad you spotted the absent thing, all you needed was to set it to local. (as you discovered)

On the KMS thing, I have never configured that in the XML file (I am also guessing you were not actually using the Microsoft server....) , get the KMS into DNS and you're done. Nice and easy.

Answered 10/06/2014 by: Badger
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