How to deploy Office 365 Pro Plus with SCCM Part 1. Begin pack of posts about deploying Office 365 Pro Plus with SCCM. At the beginning, we need download Office 365 Pro Plus distributive. So, let’s do it.

1. Download Office 2016 Deployment Tool.

2. Create folder in the root of local disk C:\ – OfficeProPlusEmp (C:\OfficeProPlusEmp). Run downloaded file “officedeploymenttool_7614-3602” with “Run as Administrator” and extract to early created folder. We create folder  OfficeProPlusEmp because we may have another distributive folder OfficeProPlusLab to deploy office in educational labs with “SharedComputerLicense“.

3. After extracting – you get something like this:

sccmoffice14. Edit file “Configuration” in C:\OfficeProPlusEmp with some text editor. (I use Notepad++ or in-build Notepad, or WordPad):

sccmoffice25. Delete all content in “Configuration” file and past next:

6. After paste – config as you wish, about strings:

Add SourcePath=”C:\OfficeProPlusEmp” – Path whrere office files will be downloaded;

OfficeClientEdition=”32″ – Edition of your product (32 or 64);

Branch=”Current”Your office update channel;

OfficeMgmtCOM=”TRUE” – Control installed Office with SCCM;

<Product ID=”O365ProPlusRetail”> – Product name;

<Language ID=”” /> – set or include language;

Display Level=”Full” – show installation process;

AcceptEULA=”TRUE” – Accept EULA;

<Property Name=”AUTOACTIVATE” Value=”1″ /> – Activate Office after installation (perfect for use in domain);

<Property Name=”FORCEAPPSHUTDOWN” Value=”TRUE” /> – Shutdown running Office apps when deploying;

<Property Name=”SharedComputerLicensing” Value=”0″ /> – Use shared computer license (Value=”1″) or not (Value=”0″). (read post beginning);

<Property Name=”PinIconsToTaskbar” Value=”FALSE” /> – Pin Office icons to taskbar or not;

<Updates Enabled=”FALSE” /> – Disable updates if using SCCM;

<Logging Level=”OfficeSetup.txt” Path=”%temp%” /> – Create installation logfile in “%temp%” folder at user pc.

Also, you may watch Online Office 365 Pro Plus Configuration XML Editor.

Go to Part 2.