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Subject: end of support for Office 2007

PostPosted: 20.10.2017, 15:39
by cdgoldin
According to http://download.wsusoffline.net/:

Version 11.0.2 "will be the last one supporting Office 2007" and Version 11.0.3 "will be the VERY last one supporting Office 2007".

It's my understanding that I can save a subset of my wsusoffline folder (with the Office 2007 updates) by using the "Create ISO..." feature of the update generator, but I can't find any instructions/documentations on how to use this feature. Would I just select "Office 2007"and nothing else, and then run the update generator? Would this repeat the downloads, or just create the ISO file? Is the ISO file bootable, or just a compact way of storing the folders? Would I then just delete the \ofc and \02k7 folders from the wsusoffline folder, or are there other folders that are obsolete and need to be removed?

Re: Subject: end of support for Office 2007

PostPosted: 20.10.2017, 17:41
by aker
If you want to create a "final" OFfice 2007 disc, use your normal settings and create a "product-specific" ISO. The files, you want, is stored at .\iso\wsusoffline-ofc.iso

After the Office 2007 support is removed, just delete .\client\o2k7. wsusou will clean the "ofc"-folder automatically.

Re: Subject: end of support for Office 2007

PostPosted: 23.10.2017, 01:32
by cdgoldin
Can I safely assume that there will be no more office 2007 updates, and create the ISO now?

Re: Subject: end of support for Office 2007

PostPosted: 24.10.2017, 23:49
by aker
I think so.