For example, suppose most users are served well by the installations described above, but for some business reason, some computers can only have Microsoft Word installed. Acquiring the Installation Files As I stated in the , my organization has licensed. Ensure that the I accept the terms in the License Agreement checkbox is checked. Since there is one setup. If I wanted to support multiple installations from a single installation source, though, this would not work.
How do you manage it? Here is the state of my script. I'm thinking Windows command line switches here, and pointing to a network location config file, if that's what it is. So you want to be a sysadmin? When automating the removal of Office 2007, we need to call setup. I see there's an updates folder in there. The consequence of that decision is that I must be explicit about which customization file when running setup.
Office 2013 will remove all previous versions of apps it will be installing - Word, Excel, etc. Thanks again David If I do the uninstall through Control Panel, and select remove on the small popup window, it will work very well. We want to remove the previous version first, then install the new version of Office 2013 for a couple of reasons. I thought it might come in handy at some point in the future to be able to easily tell whether a given Office installation had been installed using my customization file. Office 2016 Deployment Tool -- Probably for the msp stuff mentioned above. Here are the commands to silently install the 32-bit versions of our three products: rem The following command lines assume that the current directory is the installation source folder. I am working on some testing and this is what I have so far created.
Only modify Offscrub location below this line. I also had to use %~dp0 on the configuration file. It might have been caught by the spam filter. The problem is that only one customization for a given product can exist in the Updates folder. I've got Office 2016 installed. As for the removal, there's a Fixit created that will completely remove O365 from the computer. Since these two products are considered part of the Office family of applications even though they are packaged and licensed separately, there is some overlap in their installation files and those of Office Professional Plus.
You can specify a path of a specific customization file. Uninstall Office 2010 using one of the available methods for automated uninstallation 2. Where did you get your setup. Yes, the Office Deployment Tool is what you should use. The ClickToRun Installer the one you download from Office 365 does not have silent install capabilities.
I want to give users an experience as close as possible to the out-of-box experience designed by Microsoft without compromising the no-first-run-pop-ups rule. As is the case with most installers, specifying a silent installation is not enough to prevent a reboot, so a Setup property is specified to make that intention clear. Found the set up log. The second command-line argument will tell Setup which product to install. Regardless of feature installation settings, everything is copied to disk no matter what.
These were released after Office, Project, and Visio, and so contain updated versions of the included files. However, because there isn't a SharePoint Workspace app in the Office 2013 Pro Plus suite, it will not remove the 2010 version of it and thus you will be left with 2010 and 2013 on the machine still. For this example, we are going to silently uninstall Office 2010, but the steps for uninstalling other editions of Office are very similar. If that doesn't work, try setting the OfficeClientEdition to 64. I've got an unzipped Office 2016 iso on my network.
Automation options: Here are two example batch files for Volume License media and Click-to-Run that we can use to uninstall 2010, then install either of the two versions of Office 2013 Pro Plus. A- Any user settings that would migrate during a typical upgrade would still migrate when performing an uninstall-upgrade. We recommend using Offscrub in almost every situation of moving from Office 2010 to Office 2013. No, copy the files locally and try the uninstall from there. To run a silent uninstallation of a Office 2007 product that requires no user interaction, you must modify the Config. I want to get any updates and get rid of that First run thing though. Setup automatically finds the customization file that matches the product that is being installed and applies the file during the installation.
. This is the most common and recommended way to target many applications. However, I think your issue here is that you need quotes. Let me start by saying I am new to BatchPatch. In enterprise deployments, we recommend that you run a silent repair to prevent prompting users to enter information, and to prevent the installation from waiting for any user interaction, including when files are being used.