Office 2016 in RDS server

Hi,
Got a windows server 2008 R2.
I am trying to install office 365 using office deployment tool in terminal server. got few users who have office pro plus license to use in terminal server.
I went through few blogs, configured as said in it, but am getting an error. could anyone help me with this .
i have editited configuration file -tried with both local and UNC path.

please have a look at my above screenshots.
Have tried both local path and nework path,boh giving me same error.
error
Steps i did
1. downloaded office deployment tool for shared activation in terminal server
2. ran the setup file.
3. edited the configuration file as above in picture.
4. ran from cmd using admin credentials, "Setup.exe /download configuration.xml"
5. error comes as above pic

Thanks for your help in advance guys
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
why are you using unc for a local drive?  should be either drive letter or unc on a network path

Office 365 ProPlus (2016) Couldn't Install error 30029-1007 (0) when trying to install using the Office Deployment Tool (ODT)
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/odsupport/2015/09/23/office-365-proplus-2016-couldnt-install-error-30029-1007-0-when-trying-to-install-using-the-office-deployment-tool-odt/

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Mr.XAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Thank you for rectifying my error.
I actually wanted to use local drive, but i was using wrong notation(\\) .  anyway thnx for pointing out my mistake. it works sweetly now.

I just got a general question, as i am new to Terminal server.  Even if i use a normal office 365 installation. and when many people login terminal server , they can still use office applications . why i should go with shared activation ? what difference it would make ?
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