For more information, see Overview of shared computer activation for Office 365 Pro Plus. If you install Office using a system account, which is common when deploying with System Center Configuration Managers, the icons will not be pinned even if this property is set to True. To remove an installed language, you must provide both the product and the language, as in the example.
For more information, see Overview of the Office 2016 Deployment Tool. If Update Path is not set or is set to empty (""), the location is set to the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN).
We recommend that administrators set Accept EULA to TRUE.
This setting only applies if you install with the user's account. Defines the specific property whose value you want to set. Because Office 365 Pro Plus is set to activate automatically, you should not set this property for Office 365 Pro Plus products. Allowed values: By default, App-V packages created by the ODT share the same App-V Package ID.
The first product determines the context for the Microsoft Office First Run Experience.
You can also use the Product element to add language packs to existing installations of Office 365 Pro Plus.
For more details on how, including an example configuration file, see Add languages to existing installations of Office 365 Pro Plus.
For a list of all supported product IDs, see Product IDs that are supported by the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run Defines which languages to download or install.
If you define multiple languages, the first language in the configuration file determines the Shell UI culture, including shortcuts, right-click context menus, and tooltips.
For more information about update channels, see Overview of update channels for Office 365 Pro Plus. Defines where the installation files are downloaded from.
Most commonly used to distribute specific languages and products for Office from a central location on your network to another location. If not included, the files are downloaded from the Office CDN. When set to True, Force Upgrade automatically upgrades from Office 365 Pro Plus 2013 to Office 365 Pro Plus 2016 without asking for input from the user.
If you use Group Policy with the Office 2016 Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML), you can set Update Path by using the Update Path policy setting.
You can find this policy setting under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Microsoft Office 2016 (Machine)\Updates. Example values: Defines which version Office updates to.
Creating packages for the volume-licensed versions of Office Professional Plus or Office Standard is not supported.