Office 365 (v15) Pro Plus - Disable Online Repair via GPO or registry etc

Hi guys,

I hope you are well and can assist.

We are deploying Office 365 Pro Plus and noticed that there are 2 options to allow repair.
1.Quick Repair
2.Online Repair

Guys, is there a way to disable via GPO, or other method, the Online Repair option?

Any help greatly appreciated.

Simon
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
From what I can tell, O365 Pro Plus uses the Click-to-Run installation model, which means the functionality of the repair prompt is controlled by the Click-to-run app. There isn't a supported way of disabling the Online Repair option for Click-to-run, which is dumb, but there isn't much that can be done about it. Should be noted, though, that the Online Repair option will probably be useful to you at some point.
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