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Hi
I have deployed.office 2010 via sccm 2012
But it still requests activation after I have configured the .msp file.in the updates directory. I have volume licensing.details inserted as well. What I want is an automatic silent install and have used the office deployment toolkit. If I use the same files offline on a random PC and install and run it manually the install completes without the
Msp file.in the updates directory. I want an unattended install that does not require interaction and have followed two walkthroughs. Any tips appreciated. Thanks. In advance
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I'm doing Office 2010 pushes via SCCM 2012R2 with no problems.  Did you stand up a KMS in your environment with the Office 2010 KMS key?  That's the way to go.  I think you only need 5 office clients to start with and then once you hit the sixth one it will start autoactivating them.

It is either going to activate over the Internet using a MAK or with KMS internally.
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