Obtaining and Applying Office 2016 Updates via ConfigMgr with PowerShell

Deploying an updated Office installation has always been an annoyance of mine.  It is ideal to be able to deploy a fully updated Office installation so you don’t have to run a software update scan and then wait for all the Office patches to download and install.  You can downlo

 
 
 
 
 
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1/11/2017
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  • Can I just extract the Updates?
    1 Posts | Last post September 24, 2017
    • I meant to say below "How can I modify your script to just extract all the Office updates I downloaded from SCCM?". Sorry
  • Can I just extract the Updates?
    1 Posts | Last post September 24, 2017
    • Hello
      
      I can I modify your script to just extract all the Office updates I downloaded from SCCM?  I don't want it moving them or doing anything else besides a extraction to another folder.  I will copy the msp files manually to the desired locations.
      
      Thanks 
  • What is basedestination?
    3 Posts | Last post January 11, 2017
    • 
      Are we supposed to create a folder on the C drive named fs01?
    • Don't use this script. its pretty crappy. I found this one http://mickitblog.blogspot.com/2016/06/powershell-automatically-populate.html
      
      It actually names the copied msps after the KB# and is much easier to use.
    • The folder should get created.  I actually agree, this script is kind of crappy.  But it works.  :P  maintaining office 2016 is challenging.
  • **Only works with Powershell V5**
    1 Posts | Last post October 21, 2016
    • If you don't have an updated powershell version, you need to replace all the instances of (new-guid).Guid with [guid]::NewGuid()