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Archive for the ‘Office’ Category

It looks like gmail finally understands Outlook Calendar entries

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/12

For a very long time, gMail did nothing with Outlook Calendar entires.

So I had to view at the message source, then translate them to Google Calendar entries myself.

--_000_430b30b9ffd74d959b74ab7ba778b487ultrawarenl_
Content-Type: text/calendar; charset="utf-8"; method=REQUEST
Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64

...

As of late, they seem to be processed into Google Calendar compatible entries. Nice!

–jeroen

Posted in GMail, Google, GoogleCalendar, Office, Outlook, Power User | Leave a Comment »

Anyone who knows how to disable logs with “Click-To-Run General Telemetry” entries?

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/05

Both in %TEMP% and %Windir%\TEMP, a lot of log files named %COMPUTERNAME%-yyymmdd-hhnn.loghaving entries named Click-To-Run General Telemetry appear.

Anyone who knows how to disable this logging?

I think they are related to Office 2016 installed through Office 365.

Disabling the Click-To-Run Monitor scheduled task is not a good solution, as it will also Office disable update notification: [WayBack] MS Office 2016 – Click to run logs | MalwareTips Forums

–jeroen

Posted in Office, Office 2016, Power User, Windows | Leave a Comment »

Language Accessory Pack for Office – Office Support

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/10/29

For my link archive: [WayBack] Language Accessory Pack for Office – Office Support (short-link)

All supported languages for Office 2010, 2013 and 2066/newer versions.

–jeroen

Posted in Office, Office 2010, Office 2013, Office 2016, Power User, Windows | Leave a Comment »

When Windows 8.1 gives 80070643 on applying Office 2013 SP1

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/17

Steps to try first:

  1. Check %windir%\Windowsupdate.log (on my system, it did not reveal anything special)
  2. In an administrator command prompt, run sfc /scannow (which takes a few minutes to run)
  3. Reboot
  4. Run Clean Manager %windir%\System32\cleanmgr.exe (ensure to clean up update files: it can take tens of minutes to run)
  5. Reboot
  6. Download the SP1 files (I needed 32-bit x86)
  7. Install SP1 manually
  8. If it still hangs:
    1. In Appwiz.cpl try a “Repair” of the Office 2013 installation
    2. If it works: Reboot, otherwise:
      1. Uninstall Office 2013
      2. Disable the network adapter
      3. Reboot
      4. Check if KB3173424 is installed (check it with Appwiz.cpl)
        1. if not: download on a different machine, transfer over USB, install, then reboot
      5. Check ifKB3172614 is installed (which has a younger Windows Update Client)
        1. if not: downloadon a different machine, transfer over USB, install, then reboot
      6. Enable the network adapter
      7. Let Windows scan for updates and install them
        1. If you get an error 80070463 or 80070663: just reboot and retry the updates.
      8. Reboot
      9. Run Clean Manager
      10. Install Office 2013
      11. Reboot
  9. Let Windows scan for updates and install them
  10. Reboot
  11. Run Clean Manager
  12. Reboot

The KB3172614 should also alleviate long during (dozens of minutes) high CPU usage of svchost.exe and TiWorker.exe when searching for Windows updates.

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Office 365 #fail: … every now and then – without any UI showing high CPU usage …

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/11

After each reboot on the admin console after every logon and after every RDP connection:

net stop ClickToRunSvc

Via [WayBack] Office 365 #fail: Not sure yet, but every now and then – without any UI showing – C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\ClickToRun\OfficeClickT… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

Office 365 #fail: Not sure yet, but every now and then – without any UI showing – C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\ClickToRun\OfficeClickToRun.exe is using truckloads of CPU while executing an invisible OneDriveSetup.exe both totaling 100% of the full CPU for tens of minutes.

Since it needs to run after each RDP connection, Windows: running a batch file during logon of a single or all users is not enough.

I will need to dig into [WayBack] remote desktop – Run application or script on Windows RDC connection – Super User and [WayBack] SessionChangeDescription Struct (System.ServiceProcess) | Microsoft Docs

–jeroen

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