Injecting Office to Windows installation disc

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  1. wr1334

    wr1334 MDL Novice

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    Hello everyone

    May I know How to integrate or inject Microsoft Office 2010/2013 to Windows 7 installation disc?

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. steven4554

    steven4554 MDL Addicted

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    The only way to put any Office version into a image, is to do a reverse integration, which is a lengthy process. You could also use scripts that will launch the office setup or any other program after installation of Win7, but before you get to the desktop. But I don't have any experiences with scripts, so you may have to ask someone else for that.
     
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  3. urie

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    @ wr1334,do a search on How to make a windows 7 image using sysprep far easier if you boot from a PE disk.
     
  4. steven4554

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    I usually make mine using a VM, but I have tried the PE disk route as well.
     
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  5. Mr.X

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    #5 Mr.X, Feb 3, 2014
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    Thank you so much for this xinso... simply amazing.:worthy: and :cool:

    I'm going to try this later on... maybe during this week.
     
  6. Bornung1

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    #6 Bornung1, Feb 3, 2014
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    Everything works just fine :D

    About this line: Edit and save config.xml in Installer-and-$OEM$-KMS-QADhooker-for-V5-V6-O14-O15-Localhost\$OEM$\$$\Setup\Scripts\O15\proplusr.ww

    About this folder name: proplusr.ww

    I had to change the name to proplus.ww, i dont have the "r"

    Cheers xinso :hug2:
     
  7. Mr.X

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    #7 Mr.X, Feb 3, 2014
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    @xinso
    Does this method work for a Windows 7 AIO / Windows 8.x AIO? Can I slipstream both Office 2010/2013?
     
  8. xinso

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    #8 xinso, Feb 4, 2014
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    Yes. But a correct folder name is needed as Bornung1 said.

    For example, volume Office Professional Plus 2010 uses "ProPlus.WW".

    So the script must be: setup.exe /config ProPlus.WW\config.xml
     
  9. Bornung1

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    #9 Bornung1, Feb 4, 2014
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    @xinso

    As i said above, everything work's just fine. But where do i find the activation stuff, if i need to reactivate. I know that "install.cmd" / "Activate-Once-and-Forget.cmd" / "uninstall.cmd" is on the disc i made, but i cant find them anywhere on the installed system. Or is it just me that is blind :p

    Do i need to think about reactivation?

    Cheers :D

    I used Windows 8.1 pro volume x64 and Office 2013 volume x64.
     
  10. xinso

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    #10 xinso, Feb 4, 2014
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    reactivate? No.

    With $OEM$, they are all removed upon completion of installation, for the System is capable of auto-activation forever - unless blocked by MS.

    (you can CMD slmgr /ato anytime, or adjust clock more than 180 days to see if it activates itself.)

    At the end of the SetupComplete.cmd:

    (rd = remove directory)
    (%SystemRoot% = C:\Windows - in such a case with $OEM$)

    Code:
    cd\
    rd /q /s %SystemRoot%\Setup\Scripts
    
    If you need them, they are all in "Installer" you downloaded.
     
  11. Bornung1

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    #11 Bornung1, Feb 15, 2014
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    Hey Xinso :)

    I have / used the old "Installer-and-$OEM$-KMS-QADhooker-for-V5-V6-O14-O15-Localhost" and that folder contained 2 more folders $OEM$ and an "Installer" that i needed to copy into the sources folder to make it work.

    I would like to know how to do this with the new "Installer-and-$OEM$_of_KMS-QADhooker_StaticEPID_AutoActivateSilent_for_V5-V6-O15_Localhost". This one does not contain an "Installer folder".

    I am getting a bit confused.

    Cheers

    You are quick to remove your old post's :D So i cant remember everything. God damn :p
     
  12. xinso

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    #12 xinso, Feb 15, 2014
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    Wait a moment while I am finalizing the new method.

    You need only Ofiice 2013 Pro x86 + x64?

    I'll post the whole procedures. No worries.
     
  13. xinso

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    #13 xinso, Feb 15, 2014
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  14. Bornung1

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    #14 Bornung1, Feb 15, 2014
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    I am really looking forward to this ;) and i also really appreciate all your work :worthy:

    So thank you very much :spoton:

    Hell yeahhh :hug2:
     
  15. xinso

    xinso MDL Guru

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    I hope that you can copy it into your computer in case that it might be gone unexpectedly.
     
  16. Bornung1

    Bornung1 MDL Member

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    I will copy everything :D

    Cheers Xinso :p
     
  17. xinso

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    #17 xinso, Feb 15, 2014
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    CDROM detection method updated: D: replaced with %CDROM%

    (Please redo the SetupComplete.cmd, it includes other script, not only %CDROM%.)
     
  18. Kamrul08

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    My method:
    Office 2010 Silent Bengali post with screenshot: kamrulcox.blogspot.com/2013/12/office-2010-silent-install.html