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  • So I'm kind of stuck.

    I've downloaded the Click-to-Run tool. I've edited the configuration.xml file to point to the source files and everything.

    <Configuration>

      <!--  <Add SourcePath="C:\Temp\Microsoft-Office-2013\x86\" OfficeClientEdition="32" >
        <Product ID="ProPlus">
          <Language ID="en-us" />
        </Product>
      </Add>  -->

      <!--  <Updates Enabled="TRUE" UpdatePath="\\Server\Share\Office\" /> -->

     <Display Level="None" AcceptEULA="TRUE" />

      <Logging Name="OfficeSetup.txt" Path="%temp%" />

      <Property Name="AUTOACTIVATE" Value="1" />

    </Configuration>

    When I run setup.exe /download configuration.xml everything downloads fine. But when I go to run setup.exe /packager configuration.xml C:\PkgOut I get an error:

    Windows cannot find C:\users\ADMINU~1\Appdata\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\ClientX86\integratedoffice.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.

    The folder gets created in Temp but nothing ever shows up in the folder. The log file says:

    013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] Log level changed from: Standard to: Verbose
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] Bootstrapper started cmdLine: /packager configuration.xml C:\Temp\PkgOUT
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] Using configuration file: configuration.xml
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::Initialize for scenario: FLATTEN
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::GetProperty: namespace = {AE778EED-22E9-41A9-8363-25FF748EEB62}
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::SetProperty: autoactivate = 1
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::GetProperty: baseurl = http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/39168D7E-077B-48E7-872C-B232C3E72675
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::GetProperty: version =
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::GetProperty: platform =
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::scenario: FLATTEN
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::namespace: {AE778EED-22E9-41A9-8363-25FF748EEB62}
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::installPath: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::clientFolder: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\ClientX86
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::dataFolder: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\Data
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::clientC2RDllPath: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\ClientX86\c2r32.dll
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::FireflyPath: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\ClientX86\integratedoffice.exe
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::installKeyPath: Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\ClickToRun
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::baseUrl: http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/39168D7E-077B-48E7-872C-B232C3E72675/
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::productVersion:
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::pipelineServerName: {AE778EED-22E9-41A9-8363-25FF748EEB62}_Pipeline
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::errorEventName: Local\{AE778EED-22E9-41A9-8363-25FF748EEB62}_ErrorEvent
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::SetProperty: baseurl = http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/39168D7E-077B-48E7-872C-B232C3E72675
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::SetProperty: wwwbaseurl = http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/39168D7E-077B-48E7-872C-B232C3E72675
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::SetProperty: updatesenabled = 0
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::DeleteProperty: Deleting key updatebaseurl.
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] FFState::GetProperty: UpdatesDiscoveryPeriodStartTime = 13022194256030
    2013/08/28 16:18:58:445::[2448] ShellExec: C:\Users\ADMINU~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft Office 15\ClientX86\integratedoffice.exe FLATTEN FLATTEN RERUNMODE config "configuration.xml" flattenedoutput "C:\Temp\PkgOUT" admin=0

    What am I doing wrong? Some say you cannot use Professional that it only works with Office365.

    Thanks,

    Wednesday, August 28, 2013 8:30 PM

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