How-to: Deploying Microsoft Office 365 (2016) using SCCM and Intune

This Step-by-step guide describes how to prepare and add Microsoft Office 365 (2016) Professional Plus Click-toRun to the Application library of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (SCCM), by using the designated functions for doing this in the Configuration Manager Consol

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Downloading Data
    3 Posts | Last post February 17, 2017
    • Hi, 
      
      I'm currently doing this, thanks for the guide. A question I have is regarding the downloading of the files, they're downloading into "data" but is there any inidication of when they're completed? Basically I'm trying to test the download as you've said with the cmd line running of setup.exe but I get a "office can't be installed error" and i'm not entirely sure why. 
    • No progress bar :-)
      You can monitor the files, and watch them "grow", but other than that you can't do much... just wait until the download is done :-) 
    • Henry: With the November 2016 release of the tool at least, the command doesn't return until the download is complete.
  • Updating Office 365 2016
    2 Posts | Last post April 08, 2016
    • Thanks, I have followed the guide and it works well. What's the best way to update Office 365 2016 through SCCM? I have used the UpdatePath entry in the XML file but have noticed there is an Office 365 Client Management option in group policy. 
    • Please refer to this document for SCCM supporting O365 updates: 
      https://technet.microsoft.com/library/mt628083.aspx
      
  • Hybrid SCCM
    2 Posts | Last post April 08, 2016
    • Any info on how to push the Click-to-Run installer to Windows clients enrolled ONLY into Intune in a Intune/SCCM Hybrid setup? Thanks!
    • That scenario are currently not supported.
  • Upgrade from O365 ProPlus 2013
    2 Posts | Last post November 11, 2015
    • How do we upgrade from 2013?  When you try to run it, it says that the software is already installed.  I'm assuming it's because of the uninstall is registry entry is the same for both versions.  Thanks for this great guide!
    • Correct. You should then check the version number. It stored in the same key.
  • Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus
    5 Posts | Last post October 22, 2015
    • Should we follow the 2013 SCCM deployment guide for the full MS Office 2016 Professional Plus edition?
    • Great question :-)
      No. I've created a new guide for Office 2016 here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04
    • Great question :-)
      No. I've created a new (updated)guide for Office 2016 Professional Plus here (the MSI version):
      https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04
      
    • Thank you! Will try that.
    • You're welcome :-)
  • Office 365 (2013)
    3 Posts | Last post October 01, 2015
    • Is there a process for the 2013 version of Office 365? I've seen the one you did on the volume 2013 version but not for the Office 365 version. 
    • Hi Kevin,
      The process for the 2013 version of Office 365 is the same. You just have to download the 2013 version of the download tool.
    • Let me know if anything in the guide is missing in order work with the 2013 version.