Where to find checksums of office products.

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Tovagulet, Apr 30, 2016.

  1. Tovagulet

    Tovagulet MDL Novice

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    #1 Tovagulet, Apr 30, 2016
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    Where do I find checksums?
    For example in this thread: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/thr...SP1-RTM-Volume-License-ISO-Original-from-VLSC

    Code:
    Office 2013 Pro Plus VL with SP1 [x64]
    File Name: SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2013w_SP1_64Bit_English_MLF_X19-35976.ISO
    CRC-32: d0807468
    MD5: 2e477f96e717ae57c6dafdb3e59c3e74
    SHA-1: ab2c2d525d63a72e0a2dc66efdcea0f824f02cff
    Size: 876.1 MB
    If I go to MSDN downloads the "same" file says
    Code:
    File Name: en_office_professional_plus_2013_with_sp1_x64_dvd_3928183.iso
    SHA1: 45279C0EC7C75F82980F1D63BD05650D17264A4F
    They have different names. I know that X19-35976 was sort of the name that appeared when downloading from digitalriver servers. but in MSDN is different.
    Where can I find the downloads again?

    Where can I find the SW_DVD5_Office blah blah sha-1 from microsoft.

    To check if they are legit downloads or not.
    If they are untouched or not.
     
  2. Threat

    Threat Lord of the Files

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    #2 Threat, Apr 30, 2016
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    Unfortunatly VLSC does not posts SHA1's of files for verification.

    I really have no idea why - as this is where businesses get there files from and you would think M$ would want to ensure these people were installing from media burned from good downloads!

    All you can do is rely on user submissions.

    btw, some times files made for MSDN match files on VLSC (under other names). Other times they are different. Doesn't help much does it :biggrin:

     
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