N/APosted on - 01/09/2012
I was properly setting up the MS Office 2010+ in SP1 using the command 'setup.exe /adminfile "OSD.msp"' in an Open Software Description.
Since SP1 is already phased out, I looked for a way on how I could update the Office 2010+ and I have read that I can extract it from "officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x86-fullfile-en-us.exe" then have it put in the updates folder.
But this command file does not seem to work. The MS Office+ is still in my programs but there were no updates installed. Does someone have an experience like this? What should I do with this?
MS Office 2010+ in SP1 using the command ‘setup.exe /adminfile “OSD.msp”
You can use Setup log files to troubleshoot the error. This Setup log is not automatically created during the installation of the Office2010 updates. You must use the /log switch and the path of a specific log file. To create a log for an Office2010 SP1 package, type at the command prompt: Office2010SP1UpdateFilename /log:%temp%Logfilename.txt
In your case, if the Office SP1 file name that you are using is officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x86-fullfile-en-us.exe and the log file that will contain the results is named Office2010SP1SetupLog.txt, you would type the command: officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x86-fullfile-en-us.exe /log:%temp% Office2010SP1SetupLog.txt
Other log files are created, based on the software updates, you may also try the following: