Freitag, 16. März 2012 16:36
We have created a Windows 7 image for mass deployment (which includes other in-house applications) and would like to include Office 2010 as part of the image.
We are then reselling the computers to our clients.
Problem is that we can't create an image that will silently install Office 2010 without asking for the product activation. What we would like is to be able to integrate Office 2010 into the image and have the client enter his own activation key (MAK, KMS, ...). But, as said, we can't perform a non-activated implementation of Office 2010.
Basically, we would like to be able to install Office 2010 and 25 days of grace period just as for a new bundled computer...
In OCT, there are only two possibilities:
* KMS (which we haven't installed and wonder if we should?)
* MAK (and for this option, the 25 character code MUST be entered or you can't save the MSP)
Samstag, 17. März 2012 03:18
sysprep does not have a provider to generalize Office2010, so you must use the ospprearm.exe utility to perform a re-arm (generalize) prior to image capture.
Some useful library articles are here:
Note that customers who have a KMShost implemented, you do not enter any pkey for Office VL products because Office VL products already have the KMSclient pkey embedded.
- Als Antwort markiert Max MengMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Samstag, 24. März 2012 15:36