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  • We have a Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN subscription.  I need to setup two development/test machines (Windows 10 Pro x64) -- One with Office Professional Plus 2013, Project 2013, Visio 2013 and Visual Studio 2013.  The other with Office Professional Plus 2016, Project 2016, Visio 2016 and Visual Studio 2015.

    I do not one them set up using Click and Run technology.  Where can I find the msi installation packages for them so I can install them locally and control what updates are applied?


    http://www.saberman.com

    Saturday, September 3, 2016 6:03 PM

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  • Dear Stewart,

    If I have understood correctly,

    In your other thread you have mentioned that you have downloaded the Office 2016 ISOs from MSDN. All you have to do is Just mount the respective ISOs like PowerISO or any other ISO mounting application, run the setup.exe based on your requirement. You can use the keys generated from your MSDN subscription to install the product.

    Please do let me know if you need any more clarification or you can reach me on skype @ prathaprabhu

    Thanks
    prathaprabhu


    Don't Say Can't Say Can to Not

    Tuesday, September 6, 2016 5:07 PM
  • The ISOs I downloaded have the setup.exe for Office Click and Run.  I do not want a click and run installations on these development/test machines.  I want standalone installations.  Where do I download the standalone installation packages for these products?

    You cannot do development and testing in an environment where the functionality of the tools can be changed at any time.  As in the case of Windows 10 where web cam functionality was turned off.

    I can't have a service running that constantly polls an outside server.  It is a waste of resources and a security threat.


    http://www.saberman.com

    Tuesday, September 6, 2016 5:28 PM
  • The ISOs I downloaded have the setup.exe for Office Click and Run.  I do not want a click and run installations on these development/test machines.  I want standalone installations.  Where do I download the standalone installation packages for these products?

    You cannot do development and testing in an environment where the functionality of the tools can be changed at any time.  As in the case of Windows 10 where web cam functionality was turned off.

    I can't have a service running that constantly polls an outside server.  It is a waste of resources and a security threat.


    http://www.saberman.com

    MSDN ISOs are standalone products they aren't Click and Run products. Once you have downloaded the ISO from MSDN please do run verify the HASH values against the MSDN subscriber downloads webpage.

    To confirm please do extract the contents from the ISO and run the desired setup.exe

    Thanks
    prathaprabhu



    Don't Say Can't Say Can to Not

    Tuesday, September 6, 2016 6:31 PM
  • >MSDN ISOs are standalone products they aren't Click and Run products.
    Not the ones for 2016

    >verify the HASH values against the MSDN subscriber downloads webpage
    Have done so and the HASH (SHA1) match.

    Both the Project and Visio 2016 ISOs contain an Office directory.  They are each over 2 GB whereas the 2013 versions 678 KB and 830 KB.

    When you mount either of them and run setup you get a window that says it is installing Office Click and Run.

    And the Office 2016 Professional Plus that I installed on one of the machines from the downloaded ISO is the Click and Run version.  The Click and Run service is constantly running.

    So once again I ask where can I download the Windows Installation nor the Click and Run Installation of Office 2016, Project 2016 and Visio 2016?  Anyone from Microsoft care to jump in?


    http://www.saberman.com

    Tuesday, September 6, 2016 8:27 PM
  • >MSDN ISOs are standalone products they aren't Click and Run products.
    Not the ones for 2016

    >verify the HASH values against the MSDN subscriber downloads webpage
    Have done so and the HASH (SHA1) match.

    Both the Project and Visio 2016 ISOs contain an Office directory.  They are each over 2 GB whereas the 2013 versions 678 KB and 830 KB.

    When you mount either of them and run setup you get a window that says it is installing Office Click and Run.

    And the Office 2016 Professional Plus that I installed on one of the machines from the downloaded ISO is the Click and Run version.  The Click and Run service is constantly running.

    So once again I ask where can I download the Windows Installation nor the Click and Run Installation of Office 2016, Project 2016 and Visio 2016?  Anyone from Microsoft care to jump in?


    http://www.saberman.com

    Did you manage to resolve the above situation? Please let know to help you further.

    Don't Say Can't Say Can to Not

    Thursday, September 29, 2016 3:20 AM