Need o365 in KACE. Can't get o365 to deploy via click to run tool and command line. Error Message 3088-1015.

Hi, I have followed the steps on this site to package o365 with the click to run tool. When testing and attempting to install from command line on a machine, I get this below: It has plenty of disk space, no firewall, and AV is off when im testing this. I have been trying to get this to install with the click to run tool for weeks now. Can someone help??AzYNK5X2mjqwAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC

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  • This article here (https://petri.com/using-office-365-proplus-with-office-deployment-tool) while from 2014 has saved my butt on more than one occasion! Especially when deploying with a "shared computer license" (it's possible to do in an RDS/Terminal Server environment). Simply put, you're going to run a command to download the files "offline" and then deploy them using the XML files mentioned below (and within the article). There was a lot of trial and error on my part, but I basically followed their steps exactly with the download and install locations. The good thing is that you can pull the install files from a network store, and NOT have to deploy them within the K1 itself. Hope this helps. - abarag 5 months ago

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Posted by: IDeLeon007 5 months ago
Senior White Belt

Start /WAIT "" Setup.exe /configure RemoveMSO2016.xml
Start /WAIT "" setup.exe /download "configuration-Office365-x86.xml"
Start /WAIT "" setup.exe /configure "configuration-Office365-x86.xml"

Here is how I am deploying MS 365.

You will need to modify the XML files to fit your requirements on patching.

These links helped,

And this one was the key to configuring MS 365.


Good luck,


  • Hi, I am not uninstalling any previous versoins of office. I am just trying to install o365 from command line to test before packaging up in kace. My script is setup.exe /configure configuration.xml. My configuration.xml package looks like this:

    <Add OfficeClientEdition="32" Channel="Monthly">
    <Product ID="O365ProPlusRetail">
    <Language ID="en-us" />
    <!-- <Updates Enabled="TRUE" Channel="Monthly" /> -->
    <!-- <Display Level="None" AcceptEULA="TRUE" /> -->
    <!-- <Property Name="AUTOACTIVATE" Value="1" /> -->

    Running this is providing the 3o088-1055 error - alainap84 5 months ago
    • Found the problem. I had to change "32" to "64" Now it's working but it's installing office 2013 and not o365. Thoughts? - alainap84 5 months ago
  • Here are the different options,
    we are in a university setting and use the enterprise "current" channel .. - IDeLeon007 5 months ago

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