Deploying O365

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  • maki

    Not so complex, and basically a one-time job to create the needed package. Those are very good instructions, deploying o365 years with that. Only thing I change is "configuration.xml" e.g. when I need to install something mixed. You can use also web-based Office Configuration XML Editor

    e.g. Download & Install C2R business o365 and Visio Professional with Deployment Tool:

    <Configuration>
    <Add OfficeClientEdition="64" Channel="Broad">
        <Product ID="O365BusinessRetail">
            <Language ID="en-us"/>
            <ExcludeApp ID="Publisher"/>
            <ExcludeApp ID="Groove"/>
            <ExcludeApp ID="Access"/>
            <ExcludeApp ID="Lync"/>
        </Product>
        <Product ID="SkypeforBusinessRetail">
            <Language ID="en-us"/>
        </Product>
        <Product ID="VisioProRetail">
            <Language ID="en-us"/>
        </Product>
    </Add>
    <Display Level="None" AcceptEULA="TRUE"/>
    <Property Name="FORCEAPPSHUTDOWN" Value="TRUE"/>
    <Property Name="SharedComputerLicensing" Value="0"/>
    <Property Name="PinIconsToTaskbar" Value="FALSE"/>
    

    Download the Install Packages with Deployment Tool:

    "setup.exe /download configuration.xml"

    Install the Packages with PDQ Deploy:

    "\\path*\setup.exe" /configure "\\path*\configuration.xml"

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  • Liam Mulrooney

    Cheers Maki,

    Will make an attempt tomorrow

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  • Liam Mulrooney

    I have just discovered that there is no way to deploy O365 updates, is that still correct?

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  • maki

    not sure, never tested cause I use for this WSUS.. maybe smth like this to add in xml?

    <Updates Enabled="TRUE" UpdatePath="path to install files" />
    
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