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Thursday, May 5 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Lessons Learned Migrating to 64-bit Office 365

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Are you currently running the 32-bit version of Office 365 and want to migrate to the 64-bit version? Unfortunately, users have had years to create macros; are they compatible? Let's not forget add-ins; they also need to continue working. This session will go over the Microsoft 365 Apps Upgrade Readiness integrated into MEM Configuration Manager and identify files with issues. Hands-on demonstration of configuring the Office Deployment Tool to change the bit-ness without removing install applications or language packs. While the Microsoft 365 Apps Upgrade Readiness integration is helpful, the ReadinessReportCreator can provide more detailed information. We will review how to determine if this tool is needed.

What you will learn:
  • Using MEM Configuration Manager Microsoft 365 App Readiness
  • Going beyond CM and use Readiness Report Creator for more information
  • Known compatibility issues to work around

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Doug Wilson

Senior Consulting Engineer, CDW
I am a systems management enthusiast by trade, passionate about automation and data reporting by training. End User experience expert with a specialty in modern device management. I have experience in managing and implementing build outs of Configuration Manager and Intune. I also... Read More →
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Dawn Wertz

Sr Network Engineer, big air
Enthusiastic and performance-driven Microsoft Endpoint Management Engineer who helps organizations implement a modern desktop environment. I am skilled in configuring and maintaining Windows devices using Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager... Read More →

Thursday May 5, 2022 1:00pm - 2:45pm CDT
  Systems Management, M365
  • Skill Level Troubleshooting