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With the introduction of Office 365, the requirement to run Microsoft’s office productivity suite on premise has lessened. It is however still very necessary in some scenarios as per the requirements of some organizations. Office 2013 was introduced to address this need and has been received well by system administrators alike.
To further enable IT professionals and to shield them from entering a required key on every computer one-by-one, Microsoft introduced the Microsoft Office Customization Tool. This tool enables administrators to create a .MSP file, which when attached to a Pro version of Office 2103 and a volume license makes an Office 2013 deployment much more appealing. This Step-By-Step will walk you through creating said .MSP file and steps to enable an automated Office 2013 deployment. Prerequisites
The following are required to complete this lab:
Step 1: Creating the .MSP file
Step 2: Deploying the .MSP file
This will then install Office 2013 silently and can be used in many implementations to deploy remotely. Learn additional functionality around what Microsoft Office can offer by visiting Microsoft Virtual Academy and completing the Office Guides: Introduction to Office 365 course.