Install Office 2019 32bit on Azure virtual machines

Phu Vuong 21 Reputation points
2021-09-13T23:50:10.97+00:00

Hello,
Can Microsoft Office 2019 Standard/Professional Plus 32bit (desktop version) be installed and used on Azure virtual machines? What type of licensing required for using Office 2019 Standard/Profession Plus on Azure virtual machines?

Thanks,
Phu Vuong
REAL Software Systems

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  1. Viki Ji_MSFT 4,441 Reputation points
    2021-09-14T05:09:55.637+00:00

    Hi @Phu Vuong ,
    Welcome to Q&A forum!
    According to my research, you may be able to install Office 2019 on an Azure virtual machine. But you may need to install Office by using FSLogix application containers.
    For more information: Install Microsoft Office using FSLogix application containers.

    Generally, Microsoft Office 2019 Standard/Professional Plus are volume license version.
    The ways to activate them are KMS, MAK and Active Directory.
    It is recommended that you use Active Directory to activate it. For more information, please refer to: Activate volume licensed versions of Office by using Active Directory.

    In addition, since we do not have a similar testing environment, I also suggest you contact Microsoft Support directly to confirm this.

    Reference: Office prompts for activation in Azure.

    Hope the information could help you.


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