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I am not able to get Office 365 to install on Windows 10

09/15/2020 146 views

I have tried every suggestion I can find online to build a configuration.xml file to install Office 365.  I have used the Microsoft tool https://config.office.com/ to build it.  Nothing is working.  I have pulled the setup.exe from our OWA and built the configuration.xml from https://config.office.com.  The current reiteration I am using is listed below.  I had to move the zip file I created to our clientdrop location, since it is over 2GB in size.  I can't get Office 365 to install on my test machine let alone a production machine.  I need help.  I have been battling with this for over two months with no movement.  When I run it, this window pops up right away.

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<Configuration>

  <Add OfficeClientEdition="64" Channel="Current">

    <Product ID="O365ProPlusRetail">

      <Language ID="en-us" />

      <Language ID="MatchPreviousMSI" />

      <ExcludeApp ID="Groove" />

      <ExcludeApp ID="Lync" />

      <ExcludeApp ID="OneNote" />

    </Product>

  </Add>

  <Property Name="SharedComputerLicensing" Value="0" />

  <Property Name="PinIconsToTaskbar" Value="FALSE" />

  <Property Name="SCLCacheOverride" Value="0" />

  <Property Name="AUTOACTIVATE" Value="0" />

  <Property Name="FORCEAPPSHUTDOWN" Value="TRUE" />

  <Property Name="DeviceBasedLicensing" Value="0" />

  <Updates Enabled="TRUE" />

  <RemoveMSI>

    <IgnoreProduct ID="InfoPath" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="InfoPathR" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="PrjPro" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="PrjStd" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="SharePointDesigner" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="VisPro" />

    <IgnoreProduct ID="VisStd" />

  </RemoveMSI>

  <AppSettings>

    <Setup Name="Company" Value="Sparton" />

    <User Key="software\microsoft\office\16.0\excel\options" Name="defaultformat" Value="60" Type="REG_DWORD" App="excel16" Id="L_SaveExcelfilesas" />

    <User Key="software\microsoft\office\16.0\powerpoint\options" Name="defaultformat" Value="52" Type="REG_DWORD" App="ppt16" Id="L_SavePowerPointfilesas" />

    <User Key="software\microsoft\office\16.0\word\options" Name="defaultformat" Value="ODT" Type="REG_SZ" App="word16" Id="L_SaveWordfilesas" />

  </AppSettings>

  <Display Level="None" AcceptEULA="TRUE" />

  <Logging Level="Off" />

</Configuration>

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  • How about creating a bat file to run the setup /configure config.xml command silently, pack it up with your deployment files, and then just call the bat file?

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I use this Batch to install O365

@ECHO OFF
IF NOT EXIST "C:\TempOffice" (MKDIR "C:\TempOffice") ELSE (DEL "C:\TempOffice\*.*" /F /S /Q)
XCOPY /E *.* "C:\TempOffice"
PUSHD %cd%
CD "C:\TempOffice"
setup.exe /configure Configuration.xml
POPD
RMDIR /S /Q "c:\Tempoffice"


The batchfile is placed in the same folder as the setup.exe.


In the install options of the managed installation (k1000) i selected overwrite Command and entered wscript.exe //b //nologo install.vbs as commandline (perhaps the description is different... i use the german version of the k1000)

Answered 09/15/2020 by: CarstenBuscher
Senior Yellow Belt

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When building the offline installer (which I presume you are doing), trying using command prompt to run the command below. I have used PowerShell in the past and it is just easier to use command prompt - I wont go into details about the PowerShell issues.

Also, in the Configuration.xml, the path to download/install from needs to be full path, it can not be a relative path - again this will cause all sorts of problems, so just use a full path. Also like in CarstenBuscher batch, make sure the folder exists!

setup.exe /configure Configuration.xml
Answered 09/20/2020 by: rileyz
Red Belt

0
You can get rid of it, in a simple way. You just have to reinsatll the office, and then use it wisely
Answered 09/21/2020 by: Sanjeev9910
Senior White Belt

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Generally, this issue can be resolved by simply reinstalling the Office, so uninstall and then reinstall Office 365. 

 For more info:- Troubleshoot office 365 installing

Answered 09/15/2020 by: shansid
White Belt

 
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