Every time I open Outlook 2013 (paid $149.00) a box appears in which she asks to accept the deal. I`m tired and two hours on the phone with so-called a Microsoft expert didn`t help them “don`t know why”! Have you installed Office 2019 via the ODT? There is a parament .xml (2019 and 2016 should be interchangeable) docs.microsoft.com/en-us/deployoffice/configuration-options-for-the-office-2016-deployment-tool-display-element Visio Pro 2016 (version 16.0.12527.20194) – Retail License? (which is not a volume license) Hello Gentlemen, I just set up a group policy item for the Office 365 installation by clicking on the execution by following the following link: osddeployment.dk/2016/04/26/automating-office-365-click-to-run-first-use-with-group-policy/. Can the dialogue for the adoption of the privacy policy be suppressed by the group`s policy purpose? I have a user in our group of 200 people who is always invited to accept the Office365 licensing agreement. It seems to occur at random times during the day, whether it`s already in an office application or not. He only clicks Accept to see it reappear a few hours later. By closing the window, Office apps and some unrelated apps will also be closed. It receives two variants of acceptance-licensed command calls. One is for the general office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), the other for Visio Pro 2016. I checked his Office account to verify that he activated his product, and he lists his product as activated with the host name of his computer. I also executed this order, to search for retail licenses (we use a volume license): You must accept the end office user contract every time you launch an Office (MSKB) Office 365 ProPlus program (version 16.0.12527.20194) – Volume License In addition to the above, we must now accept the license agreement on each instance of opening an Office 365 application.

Sorry for the delay. I was in the office yesterday. I tried to clean up the launch and remove the license. Unfortunately, I couldn`t connect. I think a clean restart normally disables all the network services that are needed to check the status of the license. I took note of what the license status said, while being normally related, however. His machine also has a video installation, but I think the description of the license actually used the term “volume.” I`m not quite sure of the difference between the two types of licenses, but the problem affects both for him. His computer had no other Office product keys than its Office and Visio facilities. You can make a clean restart in Windows to close all back-end programs on the PC. Then run the command under the clean start you mentioned in the first message to remove the license and activate the Office: cscript “Program Files C:, Microsoft Office-Office16-OSPP.vbs status.”