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– group policy – How do I import ADMX files for Microsoft Office ? – Server Fault

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This download includes Group Policy Administrative Template (ADMX/ADML) and Office Customization Tool (OPAX/OPAL) files for Microsoft Office This download includes the Group Policy Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML). These files are used by Group Policy to configure.
 
 

 

How to manage Microsoft Office with Group Policy | TechRepublic.

 

We have already setup the deployment using the Office Deployment Tool and have the configuration file all setup. How do we automate the deployment process using a group policy?

Is there a way to have the Office deployment auto activate using the users credentials? We will be using the same password for all the user accounts for the deployment then having them change it later once everything is up and running.

Would like to avoid having to go around and help each user activate the software as well. We would like to uninstall all previous versions of Office from the workstations that we’re deploying Office to?

Thank you! I have the same question 0. Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Here’s how to get started. IT administrators who use Group Policy and Microsoft Office at their organization can manage and maintain Office through the right policies. By adding the appropriate Group Policy templates for your version of Office, you can control key settings for the suite in general and for each specific application, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.

On this page, you’ll find the files for Office If you use a Central Store for Group Policy, the steps are different than if you use a single computer or a handful of computers with locally stored templates. I’ll explain the option for storing the templates locally. The ADML files are stored in the specific subfolder for your language e. Open your specific language subfolder for the files you extracted.

The Office templates will automatically load and be available. You’ll find them in two different locations. Here, you can control certain licensing options, manage various security settings, and enable automatic updates Figure E. So I added that and it did now take 20mins before a shutdown but did nothing. Any ideas? I will try a startup script. I have it working as a startup script fine now. And it allows users to login and use their pc while it finishes off the install naturally. Hey Peter — when it runs as a shutdown script, does the computer run for 10 minutes and shutting down or shutdown quickly?

I know the OS waits for the bat file to complete but it does know about the spawned setup. Unless there is some group policy setting needing changing.

Check yourself, you should see the setup. Hi, for those of you having issues with the installation batch file shown above, try this. The application suite was already installed. Would clearly have to be run manually on affected computer to avail of this. How do you handle any UAC issues? We actually ended up not changing the config. It only happens the first time you start your first Office application. The DHCP is also user based i. In this sceanrio, will the Deploying through GPO work? Even if it works, I want to install batch by batch only i.

How can I do that? It should work — if the client machine can process Group Policy on startup — it will install the software. You would link the GPO to different OUs at a time, limit connections to the share to 10 clients at time, or add machines to the group at a schedule.

This should work for upgrading exiting machines that run an older version of office? As well as clean installs? We have both x32 and x64 machines in our environment. How can i utilize this to install the 32 and 64 bit versions respectively. The upgrade settings are controlled in your MSP setup. Microsoft recommends that you use the 32 bit version of Office unless you have a specific need for the X64 version.

Mike, Your XML is invalid. Using config. I keep getting an error saying the config. Verify this file is formatted correctly and run setup again. So everything is commented out except the install key and the activation. I tried adding a blank one like in the examples above with just comment characters , but it gets the same results. Looked at permissions for the install files and config. I figured out the issue. The actual text in my XML was fine, but there was some kind of non-visible character or something that messed up the formatting.

If you can see the text, then the XML is fine. If you get a blank page like I was , you have a bad file format. I ended up copying from a different config. But once I realized I could use IE to validate the file format, it got a lot easier.

Hope that saves someone some time. Hi, thanks for the guide. I have followed all the steps, as a results the shutdown is really slow but when I restart nothing is installed. I tried to launch the bat manually but I obtain an error related to the worn path.

If you mean shutdown script, yes I have. I have put my personal network path for installation file inside. The problem is that apparently I cannot use a network path as a source path because its not supported from office Ok I am an idiot, I have put the network path on the installation path inside the Microsoft office customization tool! At the moment it shows:. When you find out, post back here and let me know!

Hey, im having problems deploying it to my users. They do not have admin rights, is there something else i have to do, to make it work on them? Window server with Windows 7 clients. I did follow the entire guide on this page, so i did put the script to run at shutdown.

I tried to run the script manually on one of my clients, and ended up with an error Clients need admin rights to uninstall current version.

Its installed the Office starter edition as standard on all the computers in my domain. My script looks like this: setlocal.

Modify variables below. Do not modify anything below this line. REM Operating system is X REM Check for 32 and 64 bit versions of Office in regular uninstall key. REM If 1 returned, the product was not found. Run setup here. REM If 0 or other was returned, the product was found or another error occurred.

Do nothing. Cannot get the script to work on startup. Then when I run the. I thought it should uninstall the version first without prompting? Great post! Question though.. I could then see them in the GPMC and make changes..

Is that why the setting isnt taking affect? How do I make it work? No worries! Actually yes, I did set that up. Thank you for the step by step instructions.

In the script, we check for a registry key to be created — check to make sure that key is created. Hi Joseph, Just used this article to start testing deploying office and removing It does give you the options to set them to default on opening the app but i need for them to be the defaults from the get go.

I have looked in to setting them in a GPO with open with … but the are 10 just for Word alone and way more for Excel. Is there any way of resetting the file association for all of office via GPO or during the setup process? I am in the process of trying this for a school district. We are running into a problem when trying to install with a startup script. We can run the. Any help would be greatful.

 
 

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