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Posted on 2016-07-20
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Hi,

I download Office 2013 administrative template files from this link - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35554

When I extract it, I only see Office 2010 admin files.

Do I miss anything?  If Microsoft makes a mistake, would some one know where to download the correct file?

Thanks,
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Question by:nav2567
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by:Forrest Burris
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The excel spreadsheet that comes with it shows the names of each of the files for each of the applications. If you are unable to import them, then you can copy them directly to your domain controllers C:\Windows\Sysvol\Domain\Policies folder. They can be placed in one of the corresponding folders beneath the directory I listed.

The ones you are looking for have 15 in the file names. outlk15.admx, etc
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I know that.  

I only see admintemplates_64bit.exe, admintemplates_32bit.exe when I click the download link.  After admintemplates_64bit.exe is extracted, I only see 14 in the file names.
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Forrest Burris earned 500 total points
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Ah, strange. I extracted it as well and see all the files noted above. I used your download link
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Very strange.  I saw 14 when I extract admintemplates_64bit.exe yesterday but see 15 now.
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