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Courtsey-http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/administration/manually-install-office-365-desktop-updates.aspx

This post explains how to manually install the desktop updates to your users’ desktops.

The procedure in this post applies to both Office 365 for enterprises and Office 365 for professionals and small businesses.

To manually install the updates to your users’ desktops, you need to:

1. Identify which updates are necessary for your different users:  The following table lists all of the updates that are part of the Office 365 desktop setup. Before you manually install these updates, you need to confirm what software your company has been provisioned for use with Office 365 on the Licenses page of the Office 365 portal.

Note To get to the Licenses page you must be signed in as an administrator. After you sign in, click Admin in the header, and in the left pane, under Subscriptions, click Licenses.

2. Obtain an update management system: For example, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

 

3. Install all applicable updates. When using an update management system to deploy updates to your users’ computers, you can preinstall some updates by using Microsoft Update to reduce download and installation times.

 

Required update Applies to/Description Download link
Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant (IDCRL7) Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2.

User credentials are managed by Microsoft Online Services ID. To sign in to the services, users must install the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant.

Download

 

Microsoft Office 2007 Security Update

(KB2289158)

Microsoft Office 2007 on all versions of Windows Download
Microsoft Office 2010 Update

(KB2435954)

Microsoft Office 2010 on Windows XP with Internet Explorer 7

Allows users to access Microsoft SharePoint Online from Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft Excel 2010, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, and Microsoft OneNote 2010.

Important   In addition to applying this update, you must add the following registry key for each user: [HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\Internet\FormsBasedAuthSettings\AllowFBANoPatches – DWORD: 1]

Also, If you have Office 2010 SP1 Beta installed, you will first need to uninstall the SP1 Beta before installing this update.

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

 

 

Microsoft Outlook 2007 Update

(KB2596993)

Office Outlook 2007 on all versions of Windows

Configures Outlook to connect with Microsoft Exchange Online.

Download
Microsoft Outlook 2010 Update

(KB2597011)

Microsoft Office 2010 on all versions of Windows

Configures Outlook to connect with Microsoft Exchange Online.

Important   If you have Office 2010 SP1 Beta installed, you will first need to uninstall the SP1 Beta before installing this update

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

Microsoft OneNote 2010 Update

(KB2523130)

Microsoft OneNote 2010 on all versions of Windows

Allows OneNote 2010 to sync with shared notebooks on Microsoft SharePoint Online.

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector 2010 Update

(KB2583935)

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector 2010 on all versions of Windows

See KB2583935 for more details.

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector 2010 Update

(KB2597051)

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector 2010 on all versions of Windows

See KB2597051 for more details.

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

Microsoft Office 2010 Update

(KB2566458)

Microsoft Office 2010 on all versions of Windows

See KB2566458 for more details.

Download the 32 bit version

Download the 64 bit version

 

Language versions for the Sign-in client

 

The previous links for the Sign-in client point to English (en-us) versions. You can get your download in other languages by copying the link and modifying the text “en-us” for the language code of your interest (i.e. es-es for Spanish, fr-fr for French, ft-br for Brazilian Portuguese, and so).

 

For a reference of available languages in Office 365 see this reference: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/faqs.aspx#fbid=V4qd1jb3XEk?International_Availability.

 

For a reference on how the language codes are built (language code (ISO-639) followed by country code (ISO-3166)) please see this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc233968(v=PROT.10).aspx

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