Jago Wu wrote: Judging by your install command there is no silent switch. What if you are not comfortable with using Group Policy to push the removal and installation of Office, or leaving the chance that the policy never runs fully or is actually pushed to the client device? How is it going to find the xml file? Best Regards, Hi Ros, Have you tried my suggestion above? Note The Content page is displayed only if you select the option Manually specify the deployment type information on the General page of the Create Deployment Type Wizard. I have provided a link to my of that presentation for some general context however this blog post will be a more technical explanation of how I went about upgrading all our systems to Office 2016. For more information about how to create a deployment type, see. If that hangs then run the default media on that client. Powershell has pretty good descriptions inside.
Step 5 — On the General information tab, enter a name for the application, enter any optional information, choose Next. I have also seen it prompt complaining about the product key. The steps above is a method to uninstall Office by using UninstallConfig. Working in the industry since 1999. Chances are it is prompting for something.
This can often be required if you had to remove other Non-Office applications as part of your upgrade path. Does this mean packages can't be used as dependencies? Disclaimer The sample scripts are not supported under any Microsoft standard support program or service. Microsoft Powershell scripts do leverage scrub. . In this example I focus on Office 2010 but you could replace this with any version you need. I do not see an option to add this as a dependency for Office. The application will be downloaded and installed on the client computer.
Open the Deploy Software Wizard and select the following values: Action — Install, Purpose — Available. An example is shown below:. Step 6 — Once the 2 files are created, we can launch the download using our Download. Hi Jago, I think I found the issue that we are running into, but I'm not sure exactly how to change it for testing. Going through your brilliant blog has provided me personally with just simply the information that I actually needed.
This could either be a simple re-install, configuration change, or an update to an application to enable compatibility with the Office 2016 suite. I'm sorry for the confusion, but this was all kind of thrown at me recently and I'm just trying to get my head around it. In the Install location and organization name section, specify the information about organization. Make sure that you edit the OfficeClientEdition to reflect the architecture you are deploying to, and to specify the location you want to log the Office Deployment to in the Logging Level section. I am even able to successfully get the process started on my test workstation, with Office downloading successfully. He wants me to work on getting that one fixed, so I am going to shift gears and start from scratch on that one. This tool won't uninstall stand-alone apps such as Project or Visio.
I have also seen it prompt complaining about the product key. Disable Opt-in Wizard on first run parameter should be enabled. I am going to try it again, and check the log file it creates for any errors. Modify the file with the text found below. On the Programs tab, enter setup. Office 2019 Office 2016 Office for business Office 365 Admin Office 365 for home Office 365 Small Business Office 365 Small Business Admin Office 365 operated by 21Vianet Office 365 operated by 21Vianet - Small Business Admin Office 365 operated by 21Vianet - Admin Office 2007 Office 2010 Office 2013 Office 365 Germany - Enterprise Office 365 Germany - Enterprise admin Office. If only a command prompt appears and no additional information, it means you successfully removed Office and you can close the Windows PowerShell window.
Searching the web didn't give answers just the way to install and I don't know what to search for because the Groove. Not sure why you would need a script. Step 5 — On the Specify Task Sequence Information section, enter a name for the task sequence and click next. Other than that you would need to reference the install log for office. Not much automation there though if you have to still do things manually. It might have been caught by the spam filter.
Is there a better way to silently uninstall Visio? Below i will place my uninstall command and the input i have in the uninstall. If the information is available in the installation files, the uninstall command line is automatically added to the deployment type properties. Step 8 — On the Detection Method tab, choose Add Clause. We do not need Office 2010 files since it will never be installed with this. We can customize a UninstallConfig.
With a subscription, you get the latest versions of the apps and automatically receive updates when they happen. Set these up as Run Command Line Steps in your Task Sequence with the following Command Line parameters for each: Scrub Office 2010 cscript. You can download the Administrative Template files using this Founder of System Center Dudes. Observe the image below, add your application, and then click Ok to close out the wizard. For the custom application a detection mechanism is needed so Configuration Manager knows Office is present and therefore calls the uninstall. This reduced the number of helpdesk calls we received when activation took longer than normal. Microsoft further disclaims all implied warranties including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose.
For the uninstall use: cscript OffScrub10. Click on the Add drop down menu and choose New Group. Step 3 — Deploy both packages simultaneously with Configuration Manager Of course, you will want to run step 1 and step 2 together to minimize the amount of time that users are without Office on their systems. Any thoughts as to why it's not uninstalling? Furthermore, even if you do not have 1602 implemented at this time, you can still create an installation package for Office 365 ProPlus for deployment. We need to make sure that the application available to Distribution Point.