Can't see manual update history for Office 2016 64bit?

knt1N 286 Reputation points

Using Office 2016 64bit in Wintows 10.

For offline PCs, Office updates must be carried out using external media.
The following URL is used to select and execute updates.

However, after running the update, I don't see a way to check for missing later.
Is there a way to check for updates that have already been run?

(Since this environment cannot be brought online, Windows Update cannot be used, and it is difficult to prepare another server to automatically apply updates to offline PCs.)


This Office2016 is not C2R, this is an installation by MSI.

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  1. Emily Hua-MSFT 27,321 Reputation points

    Hi @knt1N

    First I need to say, Office updates are cumulative, generally, you can download the latest updates to install.

    For MSI versions of Office, to find the updates history, please go to Control Panel > Programs and Features > View installed updates. The following imge shows the KB5002160 I installed today.

    Besides, you can also click on each KB number, such as "Non-security KB article" 5002160, then you will find the File information as following image. It will display the name of the updated files and their version numbers.
    Then you can locate to these files, check their properties, and check the version numbers. Then you can judge which updates is installed and whether the installation is completed.
    For example, the file Acedao.dll, the version number is 16.0.5287.1000, then it means the KB5002160 is installed.

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  1. T. Kujala 8,676 Reputation points

    Hi @knt1N ,

    Are you using the Click-to-Run version Office 2016?

    Are these PCs always offline?

    Could this help you to right direction?