My goal was to create a script which uninstalls everything that has to do with Microsoft Office and then install Office 2013. Luckily, this one is a pretty easy fix. Does anyone know why it works as a workgroup computer and not as a domain computer? You are just asking for problems. I've tried to install it in various ways and get the same issue - Installing 2013 Pro Plus 64 Bit version An update - I've created a new administrator account and tried installing an am getting same error. It allowed me to cancel, but the cancel then hung.
However something probably does not uninstall correctly. Regardless, Microsoft recommends limiting the time users run Office versions side by side. I've got the same situation: Fresh install of Windows 8. Once the tool is installed, you can run it at any time to scan for hundreds of known issues in Office programs. Look for to get for you too.
Supposedly Windows 10 was going to break the mold but I had all my start menu items vanish when I did my attempt. For me I can Install Office 2013 32bit. You run their small installer program, and everything is downloaded and installed automatically. The same principle applies with the Open command. Where did you get the installation source? I've completely removed Office 2013 from all the machines, rebooted, downloaded a clean uninstall program from the Microsoft website, tried most of the things from this thread on the pc I use. Then open task scheduler in Windows 7 by going to Start and typing in task scheduler in the box.
The only thing that was left were the Office updates and because they are not part of the Office App it can't be deleted, but I don't care. The computer's built-in WiFi and Bluetooth are still not working. No idea why, but it will require a forced reboot. Then you get: Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has stopped working. Can someone break the process down for me like I'm one of the cavemen from the old Geico commercials? To do it quickly, just download the from Microsoft. Your installation will continue automatically. We don't check the modqueue very often.
Clean up the superseded components StartComponentCleanup. I need to push Office 2013 Professional Plus to 600 computers. There's also a mixture of 32 and 64 bit installations which makes it even more difficult. I have not tried installing any other software, but I expect they'd be blocked by the incomplete Office installation. This script can be modificated to be compatible with others operative systems. Supposedly Windows 10 was going to break the mold but I had all my start menu items vanish when I did my attempt. On the second call, just last weekend 3 October , the tech uninstalled Office which, after a few more uninstalls and re-installs by me, wasn't working at all.
Do a quick search on this subreddit for some examples. I have a client who is not willing to trust the cloud. I have not yet decided how I'm going to deploy Office 2013. Marco, could you please explain how you did that? My only option now is to find an old copy of Office 2010 and attempt to go back, because I can't go forward. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time.
Download and extract both office 2013 versions in these sub-folders. I deleted Office 15 files and any other files I could find associated with Office, including the registry keys. I uninstalled Office 2010 before starting as it was required. I've tried other suggested registry edits and they didn't work. It shouldn't be this difficult to install office. Any help is greatly appreciated. Tackling Outlook problems with a side-by-side installation Let's say a user needs to run both Office 2010 and Office 2013, but after you install Office 2013, the user no longer has access to Outlook 2010.
When you change these settings in one Office 2013 application, those changes apply to all Office 2013 products. I'm bummed out about this and have resorted to installing Apache Open Office just to be able to function in some way but I am not happy. When I attempted to install Office 2013, install hung at 20% for hours. As for deployment, we will be doing a user-initiated deployment at first. You must try to uninstall it first. Uninstall any other office products.