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Simple Step : Deploy MS Office 2013 via MDT 2013

September 1, 2014

Previously i blog about how to deploy Windows 8.1 with MDT 2013 & WDS in Windows Server 2012 R2.

https://mizitechinfo.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/simple-step-deploy-windows-8-1-with-mdt-2013wds-in-server-2012-r2/

Today lets continue how to deploy MS Office 2013 via MDT 2013.

There are many ways you can deploy MS Office 2013 via MDT 2013, what i’m going to demo here is 1 of the easiest step that you can try later in your LAB @ Production.

Lets get started…

1 – On the MDT 2013 Server, open DeploymentWorkbench console, right click Application and then click New Folder…

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2 – On the General Settings interface, type the new Folder Name (for this demo i type MS Office 2013), and then click Next…

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3 – On the Summary interface, click Next…

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4 – On the Confirmation page, click Finish…

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5 – Right click MS Office 2013 folder, and then click New Application…

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6 – On the Application Type interface, click Application with source files, and then click Next…

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7 – On the Detail interface, Fill in all the necessary information (please refer to the Picture below)…

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8 – On the Source interface, click Browse button, in the Browse For Folder box, click MS Office 2013 location (in my demo my MS Office 2013 located in D: drive), and then click OK…

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9 – click Next to proceed…

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10 – On the Destination interface, verify the directory name and then click Next…

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11 – On the Command Details interface, under Command line: type Setup.exe and then click Next…

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12 – On the Summary interface, click Next…

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13 – On the Confirmation interface, verify that the process completed successfully and then click Finish…

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14 – Next, we need to configure Task Sequence, on the DeploymentWorkbench console, right click task Sequence folder and then click New Task Sequence…

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15 – On the General Settings interface, under Task sequence ID:, type OFF2013 (you can choose your own ID), for Task sequence name, type Deploy MS Office 2013 and then click Next…

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16 – On the Select Template interface, choose Custom Task Sequence, and then click Next…

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17 – On the Summary interface, click Next…

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18 – On the Confirmation interface, click Finish…

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19 – On the DeploymentWorkbench console, browse to MS Office 2013 folder (under Applications folder), right click Microsoft Office 2013 and then click Properties…

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20 – On the Microsoft Office 2013 Properties, click Office Products tab, beside the Office product to install, click ProPlusr, in the Customer name, type osi.local (you may choose your own preferred name), click Accept EULA and then click OK…

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21 – Switch to client PC, open Run and browse to your MDT 2013 Server (in my demo my MDT 2013 server UNC is : \\WDSMDT2013\DeploymentShare$\Applications) and then click OK…

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22 – Once you successfully access the DeploymentShare$\Applications folder in your MDT 2013 server, open Scripts folder…

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23 – In the Scripts folder, search for LiteTouch file, and then double click the file…

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24 – The LiteTouch script file will open the Task Sequence wizard interface, click Deploy MS Office 2013 and then click Next…

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25 – Under Select one or more applications to install, click Microsoft MS Office 2013 and then click Next…

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26 – On the Administrator Password interface, fill in the password and then click Next…

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27 – On the Ready interface, click Begin…

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28 – The Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 installation wizard will pop up and then click Install Now button…

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29 – After few minutes, the Microsoft Office 2013 will successfully installed and then click Finish…

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30 – Verify you installation by searching / open the MS Office application…

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I’m done for now, wait for next post on the Offline Domain Join in Windows Server 2012 R2…

 

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