Installing and Deploying Office 365 (Part II of II)

This procedures where tested in a VM with

  • 1 Intel® Core™ 2 T7250 2.00 GHz
  • 14 GB HDD
  • 1GB RAM
  • Windows XP SP3
  • Windows Explorer 8 for Windows XP
  • No Updates Applied

Office 365 Plan

  • Office 365 Plan E3

SET UP AND CONFUGURE OFFICE DESKTOP APPS

See PART I

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Click SETUP and Run EXE File

You will need FRAMEWORK 2.0 in order to Install, but the installation packaged do this for you

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Run the ClickOne Packaged from Server

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If you already configured this step but want to configure more options, signing appear, LOGIN

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You will be prompted for

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Downloading…

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Open Outlook

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NOW FOLLOW MY LINK AT HERE

Signing

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See PART I

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Installing and Deploying Office 365 (Part I of II)

This procedures where tested in a VM with

  • 1 Intel® Core™ 2 T7250 2.00 GHz
  • 14 GB HDD
  • 1GB RAM
  • Windows XP SP3
  • Windows Explorer 8 for Windows XP
  • No Updates Applied

Office 365 Plan

  • Office 365 Plan E3

I’m using Windows XP only for testing proposes so you can assume that all future versions of Windows will be supported also

    First of all you will need to access your Portal Administration and click HOME and SETUP NOW
    INSTALL OFFICE PROFESSIONAL PLUS 2010

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Installing Office Professional Plus

Office 365 will update Office for Download always to the LAST VERSION, you cannot download a previous version

Choose your LANGUAGE and PLATFORM (32 or 64 Bits)

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Your are prompted to Download, so Save in your Hard Drive

Run your SETUP and install like a Normal Office Installation

What is included?

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After install you will be Prompted for give your Office 365 Credentials

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For Multilanguage Deployments, you can adopt the same deployment technics as a Normal Office Deployment

Deploy Multilanguage Packs for Microsoft Office 2010

INSTALLING LYNC 2010

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Download and RUN the EXE File

You must understand that:

If you are an administrator for Microsoft Office 365 for enterprises, ensure that your Office 365 subscription includes licenses for Microsoft Lync Online. If your subscription does not, you must purchase licenses for Microsoft Lync 2010 in Office 365. For details, see Manage licenses.

See PART II

RELATED

Office 365 FAQ’S