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Upgrade Office 2010 Pro to 2016 Pro

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Hello,

Any best practices or ideas how to upgrade 100 Office 2010 Pro to 2016 Pro? Domain joined computers.

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Ivan.
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i depends whether you have these 100 offices in 100 machines that are in the same domain envirement. if yes, then you can create a group policy and deploy the upgrade it via group policy, but it need to be done by administrator who has knowledge and access on how to work with group policy.

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Hi,

I have decided to give a try with SCCM, just done have enough time atm. Will take a look at this option as well.

Thank you.

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Ivan.
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