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Ms Office 2013 Setup With 14

The following table provides a list of updates for Office 2013, with the most recent release date listed first. The table includes the version number for the release and a link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article, if available, that contains information about the fixes that are included in the update.

ms office 2013 setup with 14

AD-based activation of Office 2013 is possible only for Microsoft OS, starting with Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 and higher, while KMS and MAK activation is possible for all supported versions of Windows, starting with Windows 7.

  • Contents: Active Directory-Based (ADBA) Activation of Office 2013

  • How to Configure ADBA Support for Office 2013

  • KMS Activation of Office 2013

  • How to Configure KMS server for Office 2013

  • Activation of MS Office 2013 with a MAK Product Key

  • Office 2013 GVLK Keys for KMS Activation

  • Typical KMS activation errors for Office 2013

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Please note that once installed, KMS will not be able to activate client by requests. As long as the Current Count value is less than 5, the KMS server will not issue licenses. It is necessary that at least 5 clients with Office 2013 access to the server for obtaining a license (activation threshold).

After activation on the KMS server, any Office 2013 product can work without reactivation for 180 days, after which it will enter the evaluation mode and display a warning. In the event that a KMS server is available to the client, it automatically renews (every 7 days) the license for 180 days.

You can set a KMS key and check the activation status of Office 2013 with OSPP.VBS script, which can be found in one of the following directories depending on the OS bitness and Office version:

At the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency we are getting ready to deploy new Window 7 workstations and we are in need of installing Office 2013 on each computer. We are an isolated Lab network (no internet access). We have 100 computers to deploy and need assistance with figuring out what type of license to procure.

From a management perspective is much more convenient to use volume license model with KMS server. All computers with Office 2013 should have access to internal KMS server. KMS server itself does not need to have Internet access. GVLK key on KMS server can be activated once by phone.To activate clients you must execute following commands, described in this article:cscript ospp.vbs /inpkey: KBKQT-2NMXY-JJWGP-M62JB-92CD4cscript ospp.vbs /sethst:kmssrv.contoso.comcscript ospp.vbs / actAlternatively, you can purchase a MAK key, but each copy of Office 2013 you must activate by phone.

Hi, I have tried running the office licence pack on a 2008 R2 box with the KMS service installed on it, it already has the update to add support for 2012 and win7.When I run the install exe a cscript window comes up, stays blank and then disappears, any idea why? It never prompts for the Office 2013 KMS key.cheers in advance .Thanks

Trying to install the 32 bit version of Office 2013. Planning to keep all my old versions. I have Access 2002 and 2003 that I need. Was not installing Outlook 2013 as Outlook 2010 is the only Office app that I care if I have issues with and my IT dept controls a a bit more. Getting the error "microsoft office professional 2013 encountered an error during setup" with no other info. I have Windows 7, full admin rights, and closed all other Office apps. I Just did a restart which also installed all current Windows patches. Got the same error.

Just in case one of the suggestions might have worked, I went through all of those above with no luck. At first the issue was that the preview version of the OSE was left behind by the uninstall, but I replaced it with the 2010 version, no dice. I then uninstalled all office products to get the OSE uninstalled, and setup now gets beyond that hangup, but still fails. Following is the section of the log with the errors (MS email me for the full log):

Ultimately I found that the source of my problems was a corrupted task scheduler database. I was receiving the following error when viewing scheduled tasks (Windows 8 RTM ENT) along with the office issues, and correlating it with the above log info (see the line at 15:38:26:250) it became obvious what was going on, although there's no obvious fix:the selected task "0" no longer exists. to see the current task, click refresh

Now I can't get Visio 2013 to install. I doubt it's any scheduler as I don't use this, I get the same issue with 2010 Office apps, and I tried starting it (it was already running). I don't have an autorun value in either of the registry keys. Here is what I get in my log from the error on:

This is unbelievable. I am trying to install Visio Professional 2013 as the only (so far) Office 2013 component on a Windows 7 Pro 32-bit computer and am repeatedly getting the "encountered an error during setup" status. I successfully used the same disk to install the same program on a 64 bit Windows 7 laptop.

I was having this same issue and tried every solution on this post without success. It should be noted, my issue started after I attempted to unininstall a component of my existing Office 2013 installation. Instead of launching the "change" dialog of the MS Office Setup, the system registered that event as a flat uninstall of Office Pro 2013. From that point forward I was unable to reinstall Office 2013 Pro. I had other Office 2013 apps installed (Visio and Project) so I even removed those hoping that would fix it but setup continued to fail.

Uninstalled the Click-to-Run Office 365 on a new Surface Pro 4 (Windows 10 Pro) and tried to install Office Standard 2013 with SP1, same issue even after trying all the Microsoft fixit and manual removal remedies.

Microsoft Office 2013 (codenamed Office 15[5]) is a version of Microsoft Office, a productivity suite for Microsoft Windows. It is the successor to Microsoft Office 2010 and the predecessor to Microsoft Office 2016. Unlike with Office 2010, no OS X equivalent was released.

Office 2013 is incompatible with Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and earlier versions of Windows.[7] Office 2013 is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2019.[8][9][10][7] A version of Office 2013 comes included on Windows RT devices.[11] It is not supported on Windows 11 or Windows Server 2022.[2] It is the last version of Microsoft Office to support Windows 7 RTM and Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM; as the following version, Microsoft Office 2016 only supports Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or later.

On June 9, 2018, Microsoft announced that its forums would no longer include Office 2013 or other products in extended support among its products for discussions involving support.[14] On August 27, 2021, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Outlook 2013 SP1 with all subsequent updates will be required to connect to Microsoft 365 Exchange servers by November 1, 2021; Outlook 2013 without SP1 will no longer be supported.[15] Later on, Microsoft claimed that Office 2013 would no longer be supported on Windows 11.[16] Nevertheless, it still runs on Windows 11.

Office 2013 introduces Click-To-Run 2.0 installation technology for all editions based on Microsoft App-V Version 5.[25] Previously, only certain editions of Office 2010 were available with Click-To-Run 1.0 installer technology, which was based on App-V 4.x, where a separate Q drive was created and installed files of Office were isolated from the rest of the system, causing many Office add-ins to not be compatible.[26] With the newer Click-To-Run technology, Office 2013 installs files just like Windows Installer (MSI) to the Program Files directory. Retail versions of Office 2013 use the Click-to-Run installer. Volume-licensed versions use Windows Installer (MSI) technology.[27] Some editions like Professional Plus are available in both retail (C2R) and volume (MSI) channels.

As with previous versions, Office 2013 is made available in several distinct editions aimed towards different markets. All traditional editions of Microsoft Office 2013 contain Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote and are licensed for use on one computer.

A special version of Office 2013, initially known as Office 2013 Home & Student RT, is shipped with all Windows RT devices. It initially consisted of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. In Windows RT 8.1, the suite was renamed Office 2013 RT and Outlook was added. The edition, whilst visually indistinguishable from normal versions of Office 2013, contains special optimizations for ARM-based devices, such as changes to reduce battery usage (including, for example, freezing the animation of the blinking cursor for text editing during periods of inactivity), enabling touch mode by default to improve usability on tablets, and using the graphics portion of a device's SoC for hardware acceleration.[60][61][62]


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