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This assessment will help you make key decisions as part of planning your deployment. In addition to this guidance, we recommend that you use Microsoft Fastrack to help with your deployment.
Step 1 - Review infrastructure and requirements Review the number and details of your client devices, including platform Windows or Mac ; operating systems; architectures bit or bit ; required languages; and existing versions of Office, Visio, Project, and other Office applications.
As part of this review, make sure that your client devices meet or exceed the minimum system Microsoft hr practices for installing Office ProPlus.
In addition, you should review the system requirements for your Office server workloads. For example, Exchange does not support Outlook Finally, you should review the deployment tools you use in your organization, such as System Center Configuration Manager.
Most organizations deploy Office with the deployment tools they already have in place. If your organization uses Configuration Manager, we recommend upgrading to the Current Branch and updating to the current release.
For more details, see Which branch of Configuration Manager should I use? Step 2 - Review licensing and accounts If you plan to install Visio or Project, make sure that you have the appropriate licenses and have identified the users who need them.
For more details, see Use the Office Deployment Tool to install volume licensed editions of Visio and Project Step 3 - Assess network capability Review your network capability, including bandwidth and distribution of client devices, based on the following considerations: Installation files for Office ProPlus are at least 1.
Client devices require Internet access to activate their Office ProPlus subscription, and then must connect at least once every thirty days to verify their subscription. The following ports and protocols must be open: Office updates vary in size, but you can review recent download sizes here.
For details on the frequency and type of updates based on channel, see Overview of update channels for Office ProPlus.
To help decide whether this is appropriate for your organization, make sure to assess the connectivity between the Internet and your client devices, including those in remote sites. If you do manage updates from the Office CDN, updates are automatically deployed over a number of days to conserve your network bandwidth.
Step 4 - Assess application compatibility Before deploying Office ProPlus, you may want to test your business-critical VBA macros, third-party add-ins, and complex documents and spreadsheets to assess their compatibility with the new version of Office.
Note The vast majority of add-ins, VBA macros, and complex documents and spreadsheets that work with Office or will work with Office ProPlus as well. To complete that assessment, do the following: Discover and get readiness information about your VBA macros and add-ins by using the Readiness Toolkit.Likewise, HR ProFile is committed to being focused on up-to-date legal compliance and your requirements in providing background check services.
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