If you see the string of numbers, then the office 2013 install is already activated on the preprep image! you dont want this, because when you make the image, they will all have the same CMID and therefor activation fails when you deploy the same CMID to multiple machines.
I can not find this software by using this site: -Download LabVIEW 2011 Report Generation Toolkit for Microsoft Office : -report-generation-toolkit-for-microsoft-office-2011/2572/en/. When I click this link above, it is an error as Page could not found...
If you are interested in interacting with Microsoft Office 2013, why are you working so hard to download an evaluation product that NI says is not compatible with this version of Office? If you did a little searching of the Web on your own, you would have found both the Report Generation Toolkit Compatibility with Microsoft Office and LabVIEW table that says, clearly, that LabVIEW 2014 is the first version that NI says is compatible with Office 2013. You could also find NI's download site (or you could go to NI.com, where with a few (obvious) clicks you can get to the Download Site yourself.
This tool allows an easy and comfortable way to download genuine Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 disk images (ISO) directly from Microsoft's servers, as well as Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 2019, and Office for Mac.
This is the only secure, safest and reliable activation tool available on the internet. This toolkit is free of malware and has no risky codes, so you can download it without any doubt. You will never face any threats for your personal information on your computer.
KMSpico is a unique application that enables the licenses of various Microsoft software. The app supports a variety of versions for each of the available programs, including old and out-of-date options such as Microsoft Office 2013 and Microsoft Windows 7 for download and activation.
There are many versions of the available software for you to download and activate on your computer. The application allows you to choose from Microsoft Office 2013 or 2016, both older versions of Office 365. However, when selecting which version of Windows to install, you can pick from Windows 7, 8, or 10, depending on which version you like best.
Here is a sample configuration file that you can use it with office deployment tool. In my case I used the below configuration file. This configuration file downloads Office 2019 32-bit version. In addition the previous Windows Installer versions of Office are removed as part of the installation process.
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.no-icon:beforedisplay:none; By Kevin ArrowsAugust 25, 2022 6 minutes readKevin is a certified Network Engineer \"@context\":\"http:\\/\\/schema.org\",\"@type\":\"Article\",\"dateCreated\":\"2019-03-21T10:42:55-05:00\",\"datePublished\":\"2019-03-21T10:42:55-05:00\",\"dateModified\":\"2022-08-25T16:09:08-05:00\",\"headline\":\"Fix: Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper Has Stopped Working\",\"keywords\":,\"url\":\"https:\\/\\/appuals.com\\/fix-microsoft-setup-bootstrapper-has-stopped-working\\/\",\"description\":\"Some users are reportedly seeing the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error when trying to launch one, multiple, or all programs present inside the Microsoft Office suite. This\",\"articleSection\":\"Microsoft Windows\",\"articleBody\":\"Some users are reportedly seeing the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error when trying to launch one, multiple, or all programs present inside the Microsoft Office suite. This issue is reported to occur on multiple Windows version (Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10) and it's confirmed to appear in conjunction with multiple Microsoft Office versions (2013, 2016, 2019)\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nWhat is the Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper?\\r\\nOn Microsoft Office 2013, 2016, and 2019, the BootStrapper is responsible for the initialization of an application built using the Composite Application Library. This relatively new technology was developed in order to simplify the dependencies needed during the installation process.\\r\\nWhat is causing the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error?\\r\\nWe investigated this particular issue by looking at various user reports and the repair strategies that the most affected users have deployed in order to resolve the problem. Based on our investigations, there are several different culprits that are known to trigger this particular issue:\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nIf you're currently struggling to resolve the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error, this article will present you with several troubleshooting steps that affected users have used to resolve this particular error message.\\r\\n\\r\\nBelow you have several different repair methods ordered by efficiency and severity. Not every method will be applicable to your particular scenario, so please follow them in the order that they are presented and disregard those that can't be replicated on your machine.\\r\\n\\r\\nLet's begin!\\r\\nMethod 1: Uninstalling 3rd party antivirus (if applicable)\\r\\nSome users have reported that in their case, the issue was resolved after they uninstall their 3rd party antivirus suite. As it turns out, there are several overprotective AV suites (McAfee, Avast, potentially more) that will block the updating feature of the Microsoft Office suite, which will end up triggering the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error.\\r\\n\\r\\nIf this scenario is applicable to your situation, you might be able to resolve the issue by simply disabling the real-time protection of your security suite. Of course, the steps of doing this are specific to the AV suite that you're using.\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nBut keep in mind that some users have reported that the issue was only resolved after they completely uninstalled their 3rd party antivirus from their system. If you're prepared to go this far, follow this article (here) on uninstalling security programs and ensuring that any remnant files are also removed.\\r\\n\\r\\nIf you're still encountering the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error after dealing with your 3rd party security suite or this method wasn't applicable, move down to the next method below.\\r\\nMethod 2: Using a Microsoft Fix-It Tool\\r\\nFortunately, Microsoft developed an automated tool equipped to resolve this particular error message (and a few others). Several affected users have reported that they managed to resolve the issue by running a Microsoft Fix It tool.\\r\\n\\r\\nThis Fix-It will resolve various problems that end up blocking programs from being launched, installed or removed. You can use it on Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. If the issue is caused by corrupted registry keys or by files from uninstalled or existing programs, this tool might end up resolving the issue automatically.\\r\\n\\r\\nHere's a quick guide on how to deploy this fix:\\r\\n\\r\\n \\tVisit this link (here) and download the .diagcab file by clicking the Download button.\\r\\n \\tOnce the tool has been downloaded, double-click on the .diagcab file to open it.\\r\\n \\tAt the first prompt, click on Advanced and make sure that the box associated with Apply repair automatically is checked. Then, click the Next button to proceed.\\r\\n \\tWait until the initial detection phase is complete, then click on Installing at the first prompt.\\r\\n \\tAt the next screen, select the program that you're encountering issues with (most likely Microsoft Office) and click Next once again.\\r\\n \\tAt the next screen, click on Yes, try uninstall.\\r\\n \\tWait until the process is complete, then restart your computer and see if you're still encountering the same error message.\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nIf you're still encountering the error even after using the Fix-it tool, jump down to the next method below.\\r\\nMethod 3: Uninstalling IoBit Software\\r\\nBased on various user reports, there are multiple IoBit software products that are known to conflict with Microsoft Office and trigger the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error - IoBit Uninstaller and Advanced SystemCare are on top of this list.\\r\\n\\r\\nSeveral affected users have reported that the issue was resolved after they uninstalled the conflicting IoBit software. If you have multiple products from IoBit, the only way of fishing out the culprit is to uninstall every product until you notice that the issue has stopped occurring.\\r\\n\\r\\nHere' a quick guide on doing this:\\r\\n\\r\\n \\tPress Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Then, type \\\"appwiz.cpl\\\" and press Enter to open up the Programs and Features window.\\r\\n \\tInside the Programs and Features window, start by clicking on the Publisher column at the top. This will order the applications via their publishers, which will make it easier to locate all IoBit products.\\r\\n \\tThen, right-click on an IObit product, choose Uninstall, then follow the on-screen prompts to remove the software from your computer.\\r\\n \\tRestart your computer and launch the application that was triggering the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error and see the previous uninstallation has been successful.\\r\\n \\tIf you're still encountering the same error message, return to the Programs and Features screen and uninstall the rest of the IObit products until you manage to identify the culprit that is causing the conflict.\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nIf you're still encountering the same error message, move down to the next method below.\\r\\nMethod 4: Re-enabling Task Scheduler via Registry Editor\\r\\nSeveral users that we're struggling to resolve the 'Microsoft setup boots-trapper had stopped working' error has reported that the issue w