Visio Standard 2013

Visio Standard 2013
  • Visio Standard 2013
  • 15.0.4420.1017
  • Mircosoft
  • GER
  • 32-bit | 64-bit
  • €199.00 *

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    Product information "Visio Standard 2013"

    Advanced Packages include the ability to specify additional application-specific options. This is a deployment package for Visio Standard 2013 by Mircosoft which is compatible with all major systems management solutions such as RMSi, SCCM, LANDesk, KACE, InTune and others. Get advanced package options to fully automate and customize the deployment of this software.

    About

    Please browse first to your installation sources and select the Setup.exe. Afterwards the package can be configured with the Office Customization Toolkit.

    Sources
    • Source files: 2
    • Ability to use already downloaded sources from vendor
    • Installation sources bundled with the package NO
    • Download links from vendor website
    • Automatic download of sources from vendor website
    Further Information
    Package number: RP-101148
    Setup Type: exe
    Information Link: https://support.office.com/en-us/
    License Type: Requires license
    Tested for OS: Windows 10 32 bit | Windows 10 64 bit
    Dependencies: n/a
    Supported OS by Manufacturer: Windows 10 | Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 8.1 | Windows Server 2008 R2 | Windows Server 2012 | Windows Server 2012 R2
    Platform: 32-bit | 64-bit
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    Configurations "Visio Standard 2013"
    Standard configuration
    • Remove Desktop Shortcuts
    • Suppress Reboots
    • Disabled Add/Remove Programs Interaction
    Advanced configuration
    • Customization
      • Installation
        • Use custom install settings
          • Use Office Customization Tool
            • Please press the button "Run Office Customization Tool" to start the Office Cutomization Tool. Do the necessary customizations and save it. All settings will be saved in a msp customization file. In the next step, please browse and select the newly created or modified msp file in the field 'The customized MSP file'.{{NEWLINE}}{{NEWLINE}}During package generation all modified settings of the msp file will be saved in the package.{{NEWLINE}}{{NEWLINE}}Before using the Office Customization Tool, make sure to define the installation sources under "Summary – Get installation sources.."
            • Run Office Customization Tool [Button]
            • The customized MSP file [File picker] (validated)
          • Use customization file(s)
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
            • This field specifies the path to the msp customization file(s).{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}}Setup looks in all the specified folders for Setup customization files that were created for the product that is being installed, and applies them in alphabetical order by file name. If a Setup customization file was specified in the Setup command line, that file is applied first, followed by any files that are found in the folder that is specified by this element.{{NEWLINE}}Example:{{NEWLINE}} \\server1\visio\updates;\\server2\corpdata\updates
          • Use own customization config file only.
            • The customized XML file [File picker] (validated)
            • Fully qualified path to customization XML file.{{NEWLINE}}{{NEWLINE}}Following standard options are not used: {{NEWLINE}} DisabledAddRemovePrograms{{NEWLINE}} Suppress Reboot{{NEWLINE}}{{NEWLINE}}It is assumed that these options are set in the own xml file.
      • Updates
        • Integrate updates
          • [Folder picker] (validated)
          • The search path for the update files.{{NEWLINE}}During the creation of the package, the files in the specified folder will copied to the package directory - folder "Output\updates".{{NEWLINE}}{{NEWLINE}}Please take notice:{{NEWLINE}}The update files have to be located in the specified folder (in extracted form and not in subfolders){{NEWLINE}}Different patches may contain files with identical names. After the extraction, please ensure that the 'right' patches are located in the specified folder.
        • Integrate Service Pack 1
          • If the sources don't contain Service Pack 1, you can use this function to integrate Service Pack 1 into the folder "Output\updates".
    • Commands
      • The option 'Use own customization config file only' is set. To specify additional commands the mentioned option may not be set.
      • Installation
        • Specify a command line to run before the primary product installation.
          • Path:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • Fully qualified path of the executable file.
          • Quiet Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be appended to the command line if you configure a silent installation.
          • Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be passed to the executable.
          • Platform:
            • Options
              • x86
              • x64
          • This field specifies that this program requires the Intel x86 platform. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • This field specifies that this program requires a 64-bit processor that supports the x64 extensions to the x86 architecture. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • Type of waiting:
            • Options
              • No Wait
              • Wait until the end of the process
              • Wait (mseconds)
          • mseconds:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • After the program is run, the installation does not wait. The command is executed and the installation continues immediately. Therefore, there is no return code to report in this case.
          • The setup will wait indefinitely. This can cause problems, i.e. if the command process stops responding ('hangs'), then the setup will also stop responding and will wait indefinitely for the command to run.
          • The setup will wait the specified number of milliseconds. If the process ends earlier than the specified time, setup will continue. But if the process has not finished within the specified time, setup will fail.
        • Specify a command line to run after the primary product installation.
          • Path:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • Fully qualified path of the executable file.
          • Quiet Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be appended to the command line if you configure a silent installation.
          • Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be passed to the executable.
          • Platform:
            • Options
              • x86
              • x64
          • This field specifies that this program requires the Intel x86 platform. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • This field specifies that this program requires a 64-bit processor that supports the x64 extensions to the x86 architecture. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • Type of waiting:
            • Options
              • No Wait
              • Wait until the end of the process
              • Wait (mseconds)
          • mseconds:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • After the program is run, the installation does not wait. The command is executed and the installation continues immediately. Therefore, there is no return code to report in this case.
          • The setup will wait indefinitely. This can cause problems, i.e. if the command process stops responding ('hangs'), then the setup will also stop responding and will wait indefinitely for the command to run.
          • The setup will wait the specified number of milliseconds. If the process ends earlier than the specified time, setup will continue. But if the process has not finished within the specified time, setup will fail.
      • Uninstallation
        • Specify a command line to run before the primary product uninstallation.
          • Path:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • Fully qualified path of the executable file.
          • Quiet Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be appended to the command line if you configure a silent installation.
          • Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be passed to the executable.
          • Platform:
            • Options
              • x86
              • x64
          • This field specifies that this program requires the Intel x86 platform. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • This field specifies that this program requires a 64-bit processor that supports the x64 extensions to the x86 architecture. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • Type of waiting:
            • Options
              • Not Wait
              • Wait until the end of the process
              • Wait (mseconds)
          • mseconds:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • After the program is run, the installation does not wait. The command is executed and the installation continues immediately. Therefore, there is no return code to report in this case.
          • The setup will wait indefinitely. This can cause problems, i.e. if the command process stops responding ('hangs'), then the setup will also stop responding and will wait indefinitely for the command to run.
          • The setup will wait the specified number of milliseconds. If the process ends earlier than the specified time, setup will continue. But if the process has not finished within the specified time, setup will fail.
        • Specify a command line to run after the primary product uninstallation.
          • Path:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • Fully qualified path of the executable file.
          • Quiet Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be appended to the command line if you configure a silent installation.
          • Arguments:
            • [Place to enter value]
          • String of arguments to be passed to the executable.
          • Platform:
            • Options
              • x86
              • x64
          • This field specifies that this program requires the Intel x86 platform. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • This field specifies that this program requires a 64-bit processor that supports the x64 extensions to the x86 architecture. This command runs only if the computer on which the installation is run matches this platform requirement.
          • Type of waiting:
            • Options
              • Not Wait
              • Wait until the end of the process
              • Wait (mseconds)
          • mseconds:
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • After the program is run, the installation does not wait. The command is executed and the installation continues immediately. Therefore, there is no return code to report in this case.
          • The setup will wait indefinitely. This can cause problems, i.e. if the command process stops responding ('hangs'), then the setup will also stop responding and will wait indefinitely for the command to run.
          • The setup will wait the specified number of milliseconds. If the process ends earlier than the specified time, setup will continue. But if the process has not finished within the specified time, setup will fail.
    • Logging
      • The option 'Use own customization config file only' is set. To specify logging options the mentioned option may not be set.
      • Logging
        • Options for the kind of logging that Setup performs.
        • Type
          • Standard
          • Verbose
        • Standard - Setup writes installation information to the log file.{{NEWLINE}}Verbose - Setup writes all installation information to the log file.{{NEWLINE}}
        • Path
          • [Place to enter value] (validated)
        • The fully qualified path of the folder used for the log file. Environment variables can be used.{{NEWLINE}}
        • Template
          • [Place to enter value] (validated)
        • The name of the log file. If the * character is specified in the file name, a unique log file will be created for each installation performed by setup.exe.{{NEWLINE}} If the * character is not included and the specified file already exists, then the log information will be appended to the that file.{{NEWLINE}} The .txt file name extension must be included.{{NEWLINE}} Example: Microsoft_Office_STD_Setup(*).txt{{NEWLINE}} The Setup will replace the * character by a string with following format.{{NEWLINE}} YYYYMMDDHHMMSS xxx {{NEWLINE}} where:{{NEWLINE}} YYYY = Year {{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} MM = Month{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} DD = Day{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} HH = Hour{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} MM = Minute{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} SS = Seconds{{NEWLINE}} {{NEWLINE}} xxx = a unique string generated by Setup
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