SCCM 2012 R2 – Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus

In this post I will give detailed instructions on how to deploy Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus

While I have done this with SCCM 2012 R2 in this guide the process is identical for SCCM 2012, 2012 SP1 and Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus

  1. Navigate to the location of the install media and open a CMD windowSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 01
  2. Type “setup.exe /admin” and press EnterSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 02
  3. When the product selection screen appears, select the product you wish to install (there will usually only be one)SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 03
  4. Navigate to “Install location and organization name”
  5. Type in your organization name (This step is not required)SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 05
  6. Navigate to “Licensing and User Interface”
  7. At my location I have a KMS server running which services all my clients for me. If you do not have this you can enter you MAK key here
  8. Click “I accept the terms in the License Agreement”
  9. Change “Display level” to “None”
  10. Ensure “Complete notice” remains unchecked and check “Suppress modal” and “No cancel”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 06
  11. Navigate to “Modify user settings”
  12. In the left of the two panes, navigate to “Microsoft Office 2013\Privacy\Trust Center”
  13. In the right pane double click on “Disable Opt-in Wizard on first run”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 07
  14. Select “Enabled” and click “OK”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 08
  15. Confirm that the status is now set to enabledSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 09
  16. Navigate to “Set feature installation states”
  17. In the right pane, click on “Microsoft Office” at the top of the tree and select “Run all from My Computer” from the drop-down menuSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 10
  18. One this is done save the MSP file. I have chosen to create a folder in the source media folder and call it “AdminFiles” and then the file name as Full.MSP, so that i can create individual installs for Excel, Word, etc. you can set any name, but it is much easier later if you don’t include spaces in the nameSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 11
  19. Within the SCCM console, navigate to “Software Library”, “Application Management”.
  20. Right click on “Applications” or a folder that you have created under this and click “Create Application”.SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 12
  21. Select “Manually specify the application information” then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 13
  22. Fill the the appropriate fields with the information you wish to provide, then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 14
  23. Fill the the appropriate fields with the information you wish to provide. If you wish to have a custom icon for the Application Catalog choose it here, then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 15
  24. When you reach the “Deployment Types” field, click “Add”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 16
  25. Within the wizard that opens up, select “Manually specify the deployment type information”. Then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 17
  26. In the “Name” field, type “Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus 32-Bit” as this is a 32-Bit deploymentSCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 18
  27. Enter the content location of the source media (extracted folder obviously)
  28. In the “Installation program” field, type “Setup.exe /AdminFile AdminFiles\Full.MSP” (Or whatever you called your MSP file)
  29. In the “Uninstall program” field, type “Setup.exe /Uninstall PROPLUS”
  30. Tick “Run installation and uninstall program as 32-bit process on 64-bit clients” and click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 19
  31. Click “Add Clause”
  32. Change “Setting Type” to “Windows Installer”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 20
  33. In the “Product code” field, click “Browse”
  34. Navigate to the source media, then proplus.ww. Select “proplusww.msi” and click “Open”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 21
  35. Select “This MSI product code must exit on the target system and the following condition must be met to indicate the presence of  this application”. Then click “OK”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 22
  36. Review information and click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 23
  37. Change “Installation behavior” to “Install for system”
  38. Change “Logon requirements” to “Whether or not a user is logged on”
  39. Change “Installation program visibility” to “Hidden”
  40. Change “Estimated installation time (minutes)” to “20”, then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 24
  41. If you would like to set requirements for the installation, such as minimum system requirements or primary device you can do so here, otherwise click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 25
  42. If you would like to set a dependency for this installation such as .Net you can do so here, otherwise click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 26
  43. Review all details here then click “Next”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 27
  44. Click “Close”SCCM 2012 R2 - Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - 28
  45. Once you have completed all the above steps you can then deploy this package to your collections and test installation (preferable to a small test group such as yourself first)

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