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  1. Kari's Avatar
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    Wynona said:
    Will PowerShell OneGet install apps that need product keys? Because most of my apps are commercial and I'll need to plug in a key.
    Yes, you can install all kind of software as long as the installer package can be found by OneGet. Of course then before first use you need to activate the software with your product key.

    An example about software which can be installed with OneGet but can't be used without activation is Office:

    To install Office 2016 Pro Plus:
    Code:
    Install-Package Office365HomePremium

    This can then be activated with existing Office 2016 Pro Plus product key, with valid Office 365 Home subscription email, or with valid Office 365 for Enterprise subscription email.

    To install Office 2016 Pro ​(no Access, no Publisher):
    Code:
    Install-Package Office365Business

    This can then be activated with existing Office 2016 Pro product key, or with valid Office 365 for Business subscription email.
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  2. Wynona's Avatar
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    Kari said:
    Yes, you can install all kind of software as long as the installer package can be found by OneGet. Of course then before first use you need to activate the software with your product key.

    An example about software which can be installed with OneGet but can't be used without activation is Office:

    To install Office 2016 Pro Plus:
    Code:
    Install-Package Office365HomePremium

    This can then be activated with existing Office 2016 Pro Plus product key, with valid Office 365 Home subscription email, or with valid Office 365 for Enterprise subscription email.

    To install Office 2016 Pro ​(no Access, no Publisher):
    Code:
    Install-Package Office365Business

    This can then be activated with existing Office 2016 Pro product key, or with valid Office 365 for Business subscription email.
    I have Office ProPlus and it's administered, but I have to install it. I have an O365 account and have the bits downloaded. However, I don't think I'd install from that.
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  3. Kari's Avatar
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    Wynona said:
    I have Office ProPlus and it's administered, but I have to install it. I have an O365 account and have the bits downloaded. However, I don't think I'd install from that.
    Both Office packages mentioned in my previous post are exactly the same Click-to-Run installers as if installed from Office website; launching installation from Office website or with OneGet, both download the installer from the same place.
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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    information   Information
    Short notice, I know, but as I have been asked to do it I will show PowerShell OneGet in action live in a Ten Forums Online Meeting. Meeting will start tomorrow Saturday at 20:00 (8 PM) my CEST (Central European Summer Time), 18:00 (6 PM) UTC.

    Check the start time in your local time zone here:


    Meeting will be a Skype for Business online meeting, you can join with text chat or audio and webcam, as you wish. No participation from your side is necessary, if you want to just watch and listen it's totally OK. After the demonstration and Q&A we will continue off topic as in our traditional TF Saturday Live Chats :)

    You do not need any any Skype, Skype for Business, Microsoft or any other accounts to join as a guest. You can join from any browser or use the Windows Lync App, see tutorial: Lync App - Join an Online Meeting as Guest - Windows 10 Forums

    The meeting will go online half an hour before the start, at which point the link to the meeting will be posted in this thread.

    Kari
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    Kari said:
    Short notice, I know, but as I have asked to do it I will show PowerShell OneGet in action live in a Ten Forums Online Meeting. Meeting will start tomorrow Saturday at 20:00 (8 PM) my CEST (Central European Summer Time), 18:00 (6 PM) UTC.

    Check the start time in your local time zone here:

    Great Kari! Thanks for doing this.
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  6. Kari's Avatar
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    Anything for Wynona (and others who have asked it) :)
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  7. Wynona's Avatar
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    Thank you, Kari!

    I'm so glad it's not today because I'm pretty zonked from all the running.
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  8. Kari's Avatar
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    See you tomorrow! Check the start time in your time zone: Event Time Announcer - Ten Forums Live: PowerShell OneGet - how to use
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  9. Wynona's Avatar
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    Kari said:
    See you tomorrow! Check the start time in your time zone: Event Time Announcer - Ten Forums Live: PowerShell OneGet - how to use
    According to some of the new things in Windows 10, I can set Cortana to tell me it's time for the meeting.
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  10. Wynona's Avatar
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    Ready and eagerly waiting.
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