How to Deploy Office 2010 Using SCCM

This post covers the steps to deploy Office 2010 using SCCM. SCCM is a very good tool when you think of deploying software to the end computers. In this post we will be deploying Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 32 bit edition.

The copy of Office that we have is Volume License Edition of Microsoft Office 2010. So we will customize the Office installation using a tool called Office Customization Tool which can be downloaded here.

Most of all if you are using a Volume License Edition of Microsoft Office, then OCT comes along with the it. We are basically looking for an unattended setup of Microsoft Office. This can be achieved only when you customize the installation using office customization tool.

Deploy Office 2010 Using SCCM

Let’s look at the steps to deploy office 2010 using SCCM. First of all copy the contents of office 2010 in a folder called Office. Notice that since this is a VL copy, Admin folder is already present.

Deploy Microsoft Office 2010 Using SCCM

Launch the command prompt as administrator. Change the path to the office folder. Run the command Setup /admin.

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You will see Microsoft Office Customization Tool. Click Create a new setup customization file for following product, verify that correct product is selected. Click OK.

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Select Install location and organization name. In the text box provide the organization name.

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Click on Licensing and user interface. You can choose a KMS key if you have a KMS server in your organization. If you have a product key then type it. Check the box “I accept the terms in the license agreement“. Set the Display level to Basic. Check the boxes Suppress modal and No cancel.

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Click on Modify Setup properties, click Add. Provide the Name as SETUP_REBOOT and Value as Never.

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Select Modify user settings > Microsoft Office 2010 > Privacy > Trust Center. Double click the setting Disable Opt-in Wizard on first run and Set the status as Enabled.

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Click on File, Save and save the MSP file in the Updates folder.

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Create Office 2010 Application

On the SCCM Server, Under the Application Management, right click Applications and click Create Application.

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Choose Automatically detect information and set the location of the msi file as shown in the below screenshot. Click Next.

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Specify the Installation program as setup. Choose Install behavior as Install for system. Click Next and Finish.

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Right click the Microsoft Office application that you have created and click Properties.

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Navigate to Deployment Types, Click Edit.

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The Content Location is set to \\sccm.prajwal.local\Office\ProPlus.WW.

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You need to set the content location to \\sccm.prajwal.local\Office\  (Delete “ProPlusWW” from the path)

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In the Programs tab, set Uninstall program to setup.exe /uninstall.

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Right click the Microsoft Application and Distribute the content to the distribution Point. Do not proceed until you see the content status of the Microsoft Office as Green.

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Deploy the Office application to a device collection. Right click the Microsoft Office application and click Deploy.

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You can deploy it to a Device collection or User collections. You can also choose to deploy it to All Systems. Click OK and Next.

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We will Choose to Install the application and Purpose is set as Available.

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Select User notifications as Display in Software Center and show all notifications. Click on Next and Close.

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Testing Microsoft Office 2010 Installation

On the client computer, launch the Software center, Click Install to start the installation. The application is first downloaded and then installed. Wait for few minutes to complete the installation.

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The Office 2010 installed successfully.

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Joseph Kiss
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Joseph Kiss

Hi P.D!
I’d like deploy only the normal.dotm (usingSCCM). Is it possible?

Hassan
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Hassan

Great Stuff Mate

Tariq
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Tariq

Setup.exe launches the screen where you need to select or click install/customize. How can I avoid that because of that the installation is failing with the error 0x87D00213(-2016411117). Thanks

Michael K.
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Michael K.

Hi Prajwal, I’m new in SCCM. I have a question about the Application deployment. As per your guide we creating an MSP file and save it in the “\Updates” folder. The next step is to create the application in the SCCM. According to the guide I didn’t saw that you pointed to the newly created .MSP file. You only pointed to the setup .msi file. The “\Updates” folder contain other .MSP files. How the SCCM knew what file to pick up and run the setup? Do I need to configure/adjust the config.xml file in the “\ProPlus.WW” folder? I’m asking this… Read more »

Matthew Currie
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Matthew Currie

I having the same issue. Has this been resolved? Thanks.

upendarreddy
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upendarreddy

Hi Prajwal,

Thank you for your blog, it is very useful for me to creating my home lab. I created the home lab as per your blog, am getting error while deploying the office 2010 application. In client am able to see the package but it is downloading till 99%. after am getting failed. error code for this is “The software change returned error code 0x80091007(-2146889721).”

Can please suggest on this.

Regards,
Upendar

Hanson
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Hanson

Hi Prajwal and all, I need some help as soon as possible. I have MS-Office 2013 installed in my environment. Now, the client to set the default font for MS-Word (Time New Roman size 13). What I did was created a Normal.dotm file with default font TNR size 13, then use Office Customization Tool to create a .MSP file (lets say custom.MSP), and create a package under Application Management in SCCM Console, then distribute the package to DP and deployed it. In my OCT custom.MSP file, I only modified the Add Files (so I added my new Normal.dotm) and Add… Read more »

Kevin Anderson
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Kevin Anderson

Thanks for posting this article Prajwald. I do have a scenario I hope you can assist with. In this article the local client would download the entire contents of the Office folder from your Content Location (1311MB) to install ProPlus. So, if I want to install Access, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Project and Visio as separate installs after ProPlus is installed, they too would download the entire Office folder separately to install. This could potentially consume 7866MB of disk space and surpass ccmcache’s size limit. 1. How can I minimize the size of the downloads for all the individual Office product… Read more »

James Vincent
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James Vincent
Steve
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Steve

Hi I have followed these steps and got the deployment working. With OSD these steps do not work. I have made sure the install is hidden and updated my MSP Display Level to NONE. It is set to install for system and run regardless of user logon state. There are no errors…the install doesn’t blow up, it does not error out, it just hangs. It’s like it’s waiting for me to accept something or close some sort of prompt. Hitting alt tab does nothing there are no other windows running. Am I supposed to be doing this different for OSD?

Abdullah.M.M
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Abdullah.M.M

Great and wonderful document. I followed the steps to install office 2010 32-bit on win7 64-bit working successfully and installing successfully from the software center, but when in uninstall it from software center the status showing removal failed??!! . by the way I have done the 7 zip steps working great installing and uninstalling from software center.

please can you help me out.
thank you

Jay
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Jay

Great document. Followed the steps to install Office 2013 64 bit on Win 8.1(production environment). But when I open any office application it does ask for a product key(only the first time or until I type it in). And the next time it asks me to proceed with activation. I would like to have the activation automated. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance!

Abdullah.M.M
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Abdullah.M.M

Abdullah mahdi

Great and wonderful document. I followed the steps to install office 2010 32-bit on win7 64-bit working successfully and installing successfully from the software center, but when in uninstall it from software center the status showing removal failed??!! . by the way I have done the 7 zip steps working great installing and uninstalling from software center.

please can you help me out.

James Vincent
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James Vincent

@Abdullah – You have to create a file named Uninstall.xml if you want to uninstall office 2010 using sccm. Please refer this post – http://prajwaldesai.com/how-to-deploy-microsoft-office-2013-using-sccm-2012-r2/

Stijn
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Stijn

Hi Prajwal I want to deploy Office 2010 Standard to several computers. I’m currently testing on 5 pc’s, but I need to be able to deploy Office to about 100. I have tried before with manually entering the details and creating my own Deployment Types. What I’m trying to realise is deploying 1 Office application, with a Deployment Type for x64 and one for x86. I have received the Office files from my colleague and it contains both a x86 and a x64 folder. I haven’t had any issues using OCT on the Setup.exe in both folders and I saved… Read more »

Matthew
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Matthew

how do you suggest i push an uninstall of office 2k10 pro? i created a .bat file that will do this, however i am not sure how to push .bat files to computers….

Matthew
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Matthew

first off, everything works flawlessly! i love this site. the reason that i am using this is not part of an upgrade, but part of a downgrade. is there a step in this process in which i can add the deletion of the PRO version? i am trying to hit my compliance numbers and am going from PRO to STD. when i do the install it just addes STD to PRO. PLEASE HELP!!! THANK YOU!!!

Mark
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Mark

When you save the MSP file as Custom_Settings.MSP how does the installer know to use that file?

Reza Prawirasatya
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Reza Prawirasatya

That’s right, if you have KMS and you already imported Office 2010 KMS key to KMS server. It will automatically activated once the computer as long as the computer is join to the domain.

ARSHAD HUSSAIN
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ARSHAD HUSSAIN

Thanks… ” good night”, if any I will come back to you.

Regards
Arshad

ARSHAD HUSSAIN
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ARSHAD HUSSAIN

I would like to ask option of office package 2013 setup Microsoft office custom Tool (oct) , Kms (Microsoft Key management services) key as default in My pdf file Instruction. If I proceed with same, all steps & deploy the application . Later it will not prompt me for any activation key For the Volume license key option we need to put the key as supplied, then proceed with all steps save as Test. MSP file etc. In this case also it will not prompt any keys client end side. Please clarify both Options. Regards, Arshad

Arshad Hussain
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Arshad Hussain

Thanks for your Reply. yes I done app to the DP (distributed Point) , content status as Successful , green pie chart as Successful & compliance also 100% Yes if I am not wrong it is Volume License. Tested this package office 2013 on the one system as manually installed (Setup command) , it is working fine. They attempted this application from couple of weeks but not able to deploy to software center & they told me try if possible to deploy it. I done same steps your as well as My PDF file (similar almost) Friday & Saturday off… Read more »

Arshad Hussain
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Arshad Hussain

As I am new to SSCM 2012, I INSTALLED office professional 2013 (32 BIT) with your same steps as OFFICE 2010 along with My (OCT & PDF installation steps) Application office 2013 successful deployment ok. But I am unable to see the new application on the client system software center as I tested in the 2 system (shall I wait for more than 4 hour to see on the client system..?) FYI… Also in my save as *. MSP file on the update folder ( there is no other files available only my saved LMR.MSP file), so there is any… Read more »

Arshad Hussain
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Arshad Hussain

Hi,

Prajwal…

Good Support & Valuable forum, Keep it Up !!!

Regards
Arshad

KJ
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KJ

Prajwal,

I followed your steps and MS office did not showed up in software center. Can you please let me know where to check for error. I am new to SCCM.

SKumar
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SKumar

its downloading then am getting ‘past due-will be retired’ error..

Alvin
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Alvin

Where are you specifying to use MSP file?

Rasheedah
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Rasheedah

wow thank you for this worked like a charm

Holger
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Holger

Hi, I have followed your steps and my office shows up in the software center, it downloads succesfully but hangs during the installation (it is installing now for more than an hour) not normal. where could i check for logs to see what is going on?
thanks in advance.

Sohail
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Sohail

Thanks for the article.It looks a manual installation method.What about automatic installation of Office 2010 without any user intervention ?

Deji
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Deji

Thanks alot , it saves the day.

SCCM ghost
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SCCM ghost

ACCESS or VI SO from MS-Office Suite & we are selecting basic agreement level means it will install only some components if yes which are those

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