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I have to package just outlook 2010, and deploy to desktops that already has office on it (that does not have the outlook)

I have the source for the entire office 2010. How do I proceed with it.

Do I need create a .MSP or config files.

Can anyone guide as to how I need to proceed it?

Thanks in advance.
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The way I did this a few months ago was using the office customisation tool for Office 2010. Do a quick google search and I'm sure youll find the KB article about it. [:)]
Answered 01/26/2012 by: Dodgyguy
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You have to use customization tool....

here you go how to customize...

http://itninja.com/link/configure-a-silent-installation-of-office-2010


in "set features installation states" select only outlook...

in " remove previous installations" select "remove the following earlier versions of Microsoft Office Programs" -> Mark as Remove None for other office products...

save Output...

Install command : Setup.exe /adminfile <CurrentDirectory>\Updates\outlook.msp


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Answered 01/26/2012 by: mahendraKumar
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Thanks a lot you guys :)
Answered 01/30/2012 by: shamu99
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I created the MSP using the customization tool.

Install command : Setup.exe /adminfile <CurrentDirectory>\Updates\outlook.msp

But there is office already there on the systems , so if I do that, it rips of the other office (excel, publisher, access) and then installs the outlook.

And gives an error 1304 errro writing to file : Policy 12.0.office.dll.

so does not install either if there is office previously on the desk

Any suggestions
Answered 01/30/2012 by: shamu99
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I tried msiexec.exe \p "c:\ outlook.msp"
I'm getting the same error.


Used
setup.exe /adminfile \\server\share\outlook.msp

I get the error
The /adminfile command line option can be used only during initial installation of the product

Answered 01/30/2012 by: shamu99
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I think this is the result of how MS license their products.
If I'm not misstaken, You are only "allowed" to install one configuration of Office.
I write "allowed" cause I think it's possible to install two configurations, but then you'd have to do one config w/o Outlook and one config w Outlook.

However, if your up for a license revision, MS might have something to say about it.

I'm not 100% sure about the above statement, so feel free to shoot me down if I'm incorrect.

/Anders
Answered 01/31/2012 by: andemats
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I'm not 100% sure this will work, but have you tried creating a new config.xml file to add outlook with contents like the following:

<Configuration Product="ProPlus">
<Display Level="none" CompletionNotice="no" SuppressModal="yes" AcceptEula="yes" />
<OptionState Id="OUTLOOKFiles" State="local" Children="force" />
<Setting Id="SETUP_REBOOT" Value="Never" />
</Configuration>

and rerunning the original setup.exe with the following commandline:

<path to>Setup.exe /repair PrjPro /config <path to>outlookconfig.xml

so no /admin option, which indeed only works for initial installs, just an install with a new config file
Not sure if you'd have to add all the settings from the original config.xml to this new one, play around with it abit.

PJ
Answered 01/31/2012 by: pjgeutjens
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Thanks you guys,

It worked now. I did the OCT method.
I have another question, since i'm adding this as a MSP to the office that is already present , and since the office already has the KMS key connected.
Will I have to again give the KMS for the Otlook too?
Answered 02/01/2012 by: shamu99
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