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Office 2007

Step 1: Copy the contents of your Office disc to a directory on your computer or on a file server

Step 2: Run the Office Customization Tool

Setup.exe /admin

The Office Customization Tool will be opened.

More information on the Office Customization Tool.

Step 3: Create your MSP file within the Office Customization Tool

This is where you will customize your desired Office configuration by selecting which components are installed, Outlook settings, etc.

When you have finished your customizations save your work as an MSP file. Make certain to put your file in the same directory as the SETUP.EXE file.

Step 4: Select computers to receive deployment
Select the collection or individual computers in Admin Arsenal to which you wish to deploy Office 2007. Drag the Setup.EXE file from Windows Explorer onto the selection or click the Deploy tool.

Step 5: Deploy
Check the "Include entire directory" box and for the command line be sure to enter the following:

/adminfile mysetup.msp

Use the name of the MSP file you created with the Office Customization Tool.



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  • Hi,

    I'm currently using the trial version of the software and have followed the above guide.

    However when I try to install I always get this error:



      Computer State Status Time
      H1IT09 Error Access to the path '\\\ADMIN$\AARemote_f65f69d877334a6bbe602972542267c4\exec\autorun.inf' is denied. 00:00:00

    I've installed other programs fine so I'm assuming I must be doing something wrong

  • Gents

    Do we still need to copy the entire directory to install MS Office 2013?

    i have it timing out if i dont push the entire directory :-(
    This is painful on the network whee we have 200+ computers which require the package and the package is 710MB


  • Hi Jeff, yes the install files are copied to each target system before the installation begins. The installation is initiated from the ADMIN$ on the target system so all files will need be included with the install. 

  • Thanks for confirming Shawn