Hi, I'm trying to install Visio 2013 on user's machine using the batch script to minimize user interaction during the deployment. Enable I accept the terms in the License Agreement option, make the Display level set to None That way nothing will be displayed during the installation , enable Suppress modal and No cancel options and disable Completion notice one. The welcome to your new office screen still comes up as well as the sign in activation windows while the installer streams in the background. Visio should now begin downloading. However, on my new Windows 8.
It sure would be nice to be able to push office with the image deployment so that it does not have to installed manually, but I guess Microsoft says no. The issue I have is seeing the wizard that gives me the option for installation and custom. Set Feature Installation States Set your installation states as appropriate for your environment. One workaround mentioned was to install a click to run Office suite e. And generating a custom Config. Any ideas what's wrong with this setup? Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013 unattended installation Note that this method can be used to install both 2010 and 2013 versions of Microsoft Office.
The folders need to be copied to Updates folder in the installation source files root directory Now, your package is ready to be deployed. I then reinstalled Office 365 clcik-to-run, then via method described below installed Visio Pro click-to-run, that is of course compatible with Office 365 click to run. Step 2: Enter general settings such as product key and installation path if you want to install Office at a location other than the default one. So this puts together from several sources, mostly Microsoft community ones, assisted by doing thorough research into any enhanced instructions. I attempted to follow the Unattended installation of Visio 2013 from the microsoft website.
However if a 32-bit version is required then it enables a straightforward installation via following For 64 bit the procedure requires a more advanced setup type that is via professional deployment techniques, using the Microsoft Deployment toolkit. In addition to that, you can configure the setup to show user interface to the user when installation is being done, or you can completely hide the user interface. There are quite a few official Microsoft links that go into detail on selecting various functions for running with Microsoft Deployment toolkit for click-to-run, and include different types of professional set-ups. All the following need to match. I am trying to add the retail versions of Office 2013 to the applications store. Visio is sold as a stand-alone application so if you don't have it yet,. Whenever I type the key into the box, I get a green check mark, but when I submit the key, Visio still lists itself as deactivated.
The settings I have are: which other people said worked for them. Make sure to place the Config. More steps and more in depth explanations can be found on. Restarting the program or the entire computer does not change the results. Is a silent install even supported with retail versions of Office? We are deploying Office 365 and Im working on a batch file that uninstall all office products before installing 365. I am thinking that the retail versions just do not support any kind of unattended installation. How to guide might also interest you.
Also in Pro or Enterprise mode, you can add a step to reboot machines after Office is successfully installed. Incompatible Office products are installed on your machine. It is possible and it works. The Microsoft Community links have official information on doing this and these include obtaining and installing 32 bit versions of click-to-run Visio etc. Important There are some combinations of Office, Visio, and Project that can't be installed together on the same computer. In this case its the 64 bit version as specified.
Choose the language and the bit version you want, then select Install. We just wanted to cover the most important ones. I have been trying to fix this issue for days. For example, you can send your users a script to run that installs Visio from a network share on your local network. Automatic translation works to some extent. Refer to for more details.
Incompatible Office products are installed on your machine. Please contact me, before reporting me, thank you. We are still scratching our heads a bit on this one. I tried to edit the config. I assume I would have to use the config. If you see the User Account Control prompt that says, Do you want to allow this app to make changes to your device? The default setting is 32-bit, but there is not an option to change to 64-bit. We are in the same boat and trying to figure out the best way to proceed.
I bought Office 365 University a while ago as it contains most of the stuff I need for my studies. If you have an administrator, please contact them for help. I should be able to modify and use the config. Please contact me, before reporting me, thank you. There is a Microsoft page that lets a user enter a msi product key to download and install clcik-to-run. Unattended or silent installation uses a pre-configured file containing all settings and options required to complete the installation. Step 1: First step is to head over to Office 2013 page of website.
Since then, the Visio install would just crash. Locate the version of Visio you want to install and select Install. Thanks James, but that does not seem to work with the retail version of office. But even if only upgrade for instance Office 365, Visio 2013 as long as click-to-run should be compatible, especially as all Office 2016 formats are going to be 2010-2016, so includes 2013 as well as 2016: These instructions seem to cover this particular query and may be helpful for similar installation scenarios, using switches and options as per links to Microsoft Technet. The office customization tool only works with volume license versions of office so I am unable to use that.