I found today as of the 9.93 release (maybe before? Not at my work computer right now, but I can set when I get in and tinker with the test Mac's clock to see if MAU ever comes up.
) that there is a new built-in Managed Preferences template already for "Microsoft Office Auto Update" which has the When To Check and How To Check options pre-built, and supports custom settings (i.e. I'm testing a profile now to push some of our advanced users to use the Insider Fast channel with daily checks, and another for "normal" users (without Admin rights, ideally) to Manual check, External Channel Name, and Disable Insider Checkbox. Not sure if the Update Check Frequency options are still 1, 2, or 3, since MCX has been deprecated by Apple (? @donmontalvo did you find anything else out about this?
Excel k Sub UIApp Completed First Run Setup1507 /usr/sbin/defaults delete com.microsoft.k Sub UIApp Completed First Run Setup1507Thanks How are you guys disabling this for new computers that have never had office on them? Since the apps are sandbox, the plist never shows up. Posted: Today at PM by tnielsen Thanks How are you guys disabling this for new computers that have never had office on them? Since the apps are sandbox, the plist never shows up. Whether or not the plist is present doesn't prevent the defaults write command from taking place.
For the main commands to nix the splash screen, this is set once on a machine-level before the applications are launched and is immediate.
Existing users would need the command run for each account.Windows 10 will automatically download and install... Windows 10 seems to like rebooting without my permission - such as when I have a fullscreen game open, and I also miss the notification to postpone. It's recommend that you use automatic updatingbut if you choose not to, be sure to check for updates at least once a week.This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable to automatically download and install Office 2016 updates in Windows.