- Run Setup from an Office 2013 CD.
- Run Setup from a downloaded installation source that is provided by a Microsoft website.
- Run Setup from a server where a network image or a compressed CD image of the Office 2013 programs is stored. This image includes tools that large organizations can use to run the Microsoft Office Setup program such as Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
- Use Group Policy Start Up Script to install an Office 2013 product on computers that have Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012 installed.
For more information about the different deployment methods for Office 2013 (MSI), go to the following Microsoft website:
Troubleshooting an installation of OfficeIf you have problems running the Office 2013 program, contact Microsoft Customer Support Services. If you have problems installing Office 2013 by using a Microsoft utility other than the Setup program, contact the correct Microsoft product support group. If you are using a third-party utility, contact the manufacturer of that product. Use the following methods to troubleshoot problems that you have when you install an Office 2013 product:
- Determine whether this problem occurs only on one computer. To do this, reinstall Office on the affected computer by using the method that you used to install the current installation of Office. If the problem is not corrected, run Setup.
- Determine whether this problem occurs on multiple computers, or occurs for multiple users. To do this, run Setup on another computer, or log on to the computer as a user, and then run Setup. If the problem is corrected, the previous method of installing Office was not successful. If you used a third-party utility, contact the manufacturer of that utility. If running Setup does not resolve the problem, contact Microsoft Customer Support Services.
ID d'article : 2810109 - Dernière mise à jour : 23 déc. 2013 - Révision : 1