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Office 365 ProPlus - Standalone install

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Hello everyone, has anyone of you guys tried to create an an automated installer for this?


Source: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Deploy-Office-365-ProPlus-from-a-local-source-35d4cb3b-4cc9-4bc9-9f20-eaf3c50f8331

Issue: You can't run the installer "as administrator" because opens a error message. You have double click and then you may enter the credentials..
i was trying to do this without disabling the UAC, his there any one who found a way out?

Notice: The processo runs perfectly by hand, i only need a workaround for this thing. 

 

Ty in advance.

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