Office 365, Office 2013 and Office 2016 are the latest versions of the Office Productivity Suites developed by the Microsoft for its users of different platforms (like Windows, Android, Mac or iOS). All these Office suites are made available to its users in different editions. So to enjoy the applications, services and servers involved in these latest Office Productivity Suite, the users need to download, install and activate the setup to the device.Sometimes the users may face common errors or issues while installing the latest versions of the Office productivity suite i.e. Office 365, Office 2013 or the Office 2016 setup to the device.And one such common installation errors of the Office 365, Office 2013 or the Office 2016 is the Office Error Code 30066. In the below information, I am detailing the troubleshooting steps of the Office Error Code 30066.
The Office Error 30066 is mostly caused due to the following reasons mentioned below:
The office installation has been blocked due to the installed antivirus software or the firewall.
Incorrect Proxy settings or the poor internet connection
Some previous version of the Office suite has already been installed to the device of the users.
The setup files of the previous version of the Office suite have not been removed completely from the device.
Corrupted registry files of the system
Incorrect install files of the Office setup
Insufficient Disk Space
As the Office Error Code 30066 occurs on the device, a message box is displayed on the screen that shows the message as shown below:
“Something went wrong.
Sorry, we weren’t able to download the Office introduction. If you’d like you can take a look online or skip it for now.
Office Error Code 30066”
The users may resolve the Office Error Code 30066 on the device, by following the troubleshooting procedures mentioned below:
Method 1: Disable the Windows Firewall, Temporarily:
Firstly, launch the “Start Menu” either by clicking the “Start” button on the taskbar or hit the “Windows” key on the keyboard.
Now, click the “Control Panel” option.
The “Control Panel” window will appear on the screen.
From this window, select the “System and Security” option and then, click the “Windows Firewall” option.
Now, select the “Turn off Windows Firewall” radio button in the “Private Network Settings” and “Public Network Settings” sections.
And then, select the “OK” button for saving the changes made by the users.
Now try to install the Office 365, 2013 or 2016 suite setup to the device.
Method 2: Disable the Antivirus Software Installed to the Device:
Launch the user interface or the user console of the antivirus software installed on the device of the users.
Now, select the “Settings” icon or the gear icon displayed at the top-rightmost corner of the antivirus interface.
From the drop-down menu, click the “Real-Time Protection” option.
Now, toggle the button just in front of the “Firewall” option for making it “Disable”.
And then, click the “Ok” or the “Yes” option on the confirmation message window displayed on the screen.
Now, try to install the Office setup to the device, if the error still appears on the screen then, jump to the resolving procedure detailed in the Method 3.
Method 3: Execute the SFC Scan on the Device:
SFC Scan or the System File Checker is the advanced tool or mechanism that checks as well as verifies the missing/ corrupted files of the Operating System installed on the device. Apart from this, this tool also allows the users to restore the missing files too.
Firstly, launch the cmd or the command prompt on the device (Run as Administrator).
Now, on the cmd window, type the command as shown below and then, hit the ‘Enter’ key:
Wait till the scanning process gets successfully completed.
On completion of the scanning process, restart the device and try to install the Office 365, 2013 or 2016 setup to the device.
After performing the aforementioned step wise procedures for resolving the Office Error Code 30066, if the error still persists on the device then, the users may call the Office Customer Support on the Office toll-free number, to get an instant support.
The General Data protetion Regulation (GDPR), which began as a regulatory requirement, is increasingly seen as a long-term opportunity to establish greater trust with customers and further unlock employee collaboration and productivity in many businesses. The intelligent compliance solutions in Microsoft 365 help you assess and manage your compliance risks and leverage the cloud to identify, classify, protect, and monitor sensitive data residing in hybrid and heterogeneous environments to support GDPR compliance.
Updates in Microsoft 365—currently rolling out—help protect sensitive data and include:
Compliance Manager general availability for Azure, Dynamics 365, and Office 365 Business and Enterprise customers in public clouds.
Azure Information Protection scanner general availability.
In addition to the updates announced today, capabilities in Microsoft 365 help to:
Protect sensitive data in apps and across cloud services.
Support data protection across platforms.
Provide a consistent labeling schema experience (in preview).
We’re also going to expand sensitive data types to include a GDPR template to consolidate sensitive data types into a single template.
These Microsoft 365 updates and capabilities are designed to provide you with an information protection strategy to help with GDPR compliance.
“GDPR is coming. But with Microsoft’s information protection solutions, we will have a more efficient way to handle compliance.”
—Erlend Skuterud, chief information security officer for Yara
Assess and manage compliance risk with Compliance Manager
Because achieving organizational compliance can be very challenging, we suggest organizations periodically perform risk assessments to understand their compliance posture. Compliance Manager is a cross–Microsoft Cloud services solution designed to help organizations meet complex compliance obligations like the GDPR. The Compliance Manager is now generally available for Azure, Dynamics 365, and Office 365 Business and Enterprise customers in public clouds.
“Compliance Manager really adds great additional value for Microsoft Cloud services by providing insights on the relationships between regulation, processes, and technology,” stated IT manager Nick Postma from Abrona, a Dutch healthcare organization that helps clients on their journey to becoming strong and confident members of society through social partnerships.
Perform risk assessments with Compliance Score
Compliance Score—a Compliance Manager feature—enables you to perform ongoing risk assessments on Microsoft Cloud services with a risk-based score reference, giving you visibility into your compliance performance. Each control is assigned a risk weight based on the level of risk involved due to control failure, and as you implement and assess controls, you’ll see your score change. Compliance Score is currently available for Office 365 and will be rolling out to other Microsoft Cloud services soon.
Learn more about the key capabilities and updates for Compliance Manager and Compliance Score at our Tech Community blog.
Protect sensitive data on-premises
Azure Information Protection scanner addresses hybrid and on-premises scenarios by allowing you to configure policies to automatically discover, classify, label, and protect documents in your on-premises repositories such as File servers and on-premises SharePoint servers. The scanner can be configured to periodically scan on-premises repositories based on company policies. Azure Information Protection scanner is now generally available.
Read “Azure Information Protection scanner” to learn more. To deploy the scanner in your own environment, follow instructions in this technical guide.
Protect sensitive data in apps and across cloud services
Since data travels through many locations—across devices, apps, cloud services, and on-premises—it is important to build the protection into the file so this protection persistently stays with the data itself. Azure Information Protection provides persistent data protection by classifying, labeling, and protecting sensitive files and emails.
Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) can read files labeled by Azure Information Protection and set policies based on the file labels. For example, a file labeled as Confidential, with an associated policy of “do not forward or copy,” cannot leave your network via file sharing apps like Box.net or Dropbox. In addition, the service scans and classifies sensitive files in cloud apps and automatically applies AIP labels for protection—including encryption. To learn more about this feature, read “Automatically apply labels to sensitive files in cloud apps” and the related technical documentation.
Support for data protection across platforms
As part of our information protection vision, our goal is to cover all major device platforms. Building on our efforts to support non-Windows platforms, we are now previewing the ability to label and protect sensitive data natively, with no plugins required, in Office applications running on Mac devices. This enables Mac users to easily classify, label, and protect Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents in a similar manner that you are used to with the Azure Information Protection client on Windows. Considering that a significant amount of sensitive information is in PDF format, as part of our ongoing partnership, we are in the process of working with Adobe to have the same consistent labeling and protection of PDFs available in Adobe Reader.
To learn more about these new information protection capabilities, visit the Enterprise Mobility + Security blog.
Consistent labeling schema experience now in preview
We are previewing a consistent labeling schema that will be used across information protection solutions in Microsoft 365. To start, this means that the same default labels will be used across both Office 365 and Azure Information Protection—eliminating the need to create labels in two different places.
The consistent labeling model also helps ensure that sensitive labels—regardless of where they were created—are recognized and understood across Microsoft 365, including Azure Information Protection, Office 365 Advanced Data Governance, Office 365 Data Loss Prevention, and Microsoft Cloud App Security. Learn more about the preview of the consistent labeling experience.
“Microsoft’s information protection capabilities help you protect and manage your sensitive data throughout its lifecycle—inside and outside the organization,” stated an analyst from KuppingerCole, an international and independent analyst organization headquartered in Europe.
Detect and classify personal data relevant to GDPR
The ability to automatically classify personal data is a critical part of helping you achieve your GDPR goals. Today, we have over 80 out-of-the-box sensitive information types that can be used to detect and classify your data. Soon we will provide a GDPR sensitive information type template to help detect and classify personal data relevant to GDPR.
The upcoming GDPR sensitive information type template will help consolidate our sensitive data types into a single template—as well as add several new personal data types to detect (such as addresses, telephone numbers, and medical information).
To learn more about the current sensitive information types, read “What the sensitive information types look for.” To learn more about how to create and customize your own sensitive information types, read “Create a custom sensitive information type.”
For sensitive emails, Microsoft 365 enables users to collaborate on protected messages with anyone inside or outside the organization via Office 365 Message Encryption.
To provide more flexibility over controlling and protecting personal information shared in sensitive emails, we are rolling out the new encrypt-only policy in Office 365 Message Encryption starting today. Read further about this and other updates in our Tech Community blog.
Get started on your GDPR journey with Microsoft 365
The Microsoft Cloud is uniquely positioned to help you meet your GDPR compliance obligations. Our cloud solution is built for power, scale, and flexibility.
Microsoft 365 brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security—offering a rich set of integrated solutions that help you assess and manage your compliance risk by leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) to protect your most important data and streamline your processes with a sophisticated and holistic solution set.
No matter where you are in your GDPR efforts, the Microsoft Cloud and our intelligent compliance solutions in Microsoft 365 can help you on your journey to GDPR compliance. Learn more about how Microsoft can help you prepare for the GDPR and take our free online GDPR assessment.
Until before, Windows administrators would use notepad or an equivalent text editor to compile various XML statements to define the Office edition, feature update frequency, version, language and other number of available settings. This somewhat tedious task, in most cases, would result in installation errors from fouled up manual entries or copy-and-paste actions into the text editor.
With the new Office Customization Tool, desktop admins can leverage the rich user interface that intuitively shows all available options to build the desired Office configurations. The configuration tool groups the commonly used settings in the following categories:
software & language
installation & update
licensing & display
Each of these areas provide admins with options to help meet their security and regulatory needs.
One of our favorite additions, is the configuration builder. Desktop admins can quickly see a list of all configuration settings being chosen on the right-hand side of the screen, giving the desktop admin a quick and easy way to see the result of their selections without jumping through multiple screens.
When all the desired settings have been selected, desktop admins are provided with the option to download the resulting configuration.xml file which is to be used in conjunction with the Office Deployment Tool for the settings to take affect during installation time of the Office 365 client.
Desktop Admin also have an option to upload any previously configured XML files to the configuration tool and modify them with new or existing settings.
For those of you who are familiar with the old Win32Office Customization Tool which came with your perpetual (MS Installer) bits, you’ll notice the new customization tool has a lack of install-time user preferences. Over the next several months we will be enhancing the tool to enable desktop admins to select many configurable user preferences that are currently being offered with the perpetual counterpart. We encourage you to try out the new Office Customization Tool which is available in preview today, by clicking on the link or typing http://config.office.com in your browser. Send us feedback and let us know what you think by using the send a smile feature, located on the top right of the web application.
There were some nice Outlook Cheat Sheet PDFs that caught people’s attention at Ignite.
They show you how to quickly accomplish useful tasks in Outlook Mail and Calendar across the various platforms we ship on.
Just recently, our Office International team, localised and published these into 36 other languages.
They are available to download from here. If you are in a rush and want direct links to the cheat sheet downloads themselves in your language then I have placed them in the attached spreadsheet.
And if you are interested in learning about new Office features, products, content types in new or existing languages then please join our Office International community.
The full list of languages these Outlook Cheat Sheet PDFs are available in are:
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The building of OneDrive Files On-Demand has required a deep collaboration between the Windows and OneDrive engineering teams. From the start, the goal of engineering has been to make Files On-Demand an intuitive, secure and easy to use feature for our users.
Join us and get a peek behind the code with members of the engineering teams that brought this highly anticipated feature to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
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Prior today in San Francisco, Harry Shum, official VP of Microsoft AI and Research, showed how Microsoft is mixing wise advances over our center items to make manmade brainpower (AI) accessible to everybody, with the basic objective of helping individuals convey their best work.
Office 365 is based on Microsoft’s capable stage for AI that makes progressions in machine learning and AI available to each engineer and association. From archive interpretation to keen danger location, AI is now improving the efficiency experience of more than 120 million business Office 365 clients.
New Office 365 AI capacities this month enable endorsers of find experiences from information, use hierarchical learning, touch base on schedule for occasions, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Read on for points of interest.
Automatically unlock rich insights with AI (preview)
Every day, millions of Office 365 subscribers rely on Excel to perform complex analysis and derive value from their organizations’ data with intelligent tools like Flash Fill and advanced data transformation. For many, however, extracting key insights from a new data set can be intimidating. Today, we’re announcing the preview of Insights in Excel—a new service that automatically highlights patterns it detects, which makes it easier for everyone to explore and analyze their data. Powered by machine learning, Insights helps identify trends, outliers, and other useful visualizations, providing new and useful perspectives on data. Insights begins rolling out in preview to Office insiders this month.
Excel will provide automatic insights.
Master company lingo with machine learning
Every workplace is unique, and understanding the internal acronyms in use across an organization can be essential to success. Today, we announced a new Microsoft Word feature called Acronyms. Powered by machine learning, Acronyms helps people understand shorthand that is commonly used in their own workplaces by leveraging the Microsoft Graph to surface definitions of terms that have been previously defined across emails and documents. Acronyms will begin rolling out to Word Online for Office 365 commercial subscribers in 2018.
Master company acronyms in Word Online.
Get to events on time with Outlook
In 2017, we rolled out several new capabilities in Outlook that help users automatically detect trips and deliveries, triage email, schedule meetings, and more. Today, we’re expanding this set of AI-powered tools by bringing Cortana to the Outlook mobile app to help users stay on top of their day. When it is time to leave for appointments, Outlook will now send a notification—with directions for both driving and public transit—taking into account current location, the event location, and real-time traffic information. Time to leave in Outlook is rolling out to iOS users this month in markets where Cortana is available.
Outlook will notify you when it’s time to leave for your next event.
Bring people, ideas, and content together with Microsoft Whiteboard Preview
This month, we also announced the preview of Microsoft Whiteboard for Windows 10 devices—a freeform digital canvas where people, ideas, and content can come together. Microsoft Whiteboard Preview is built for teams who ideate and work together across multiple devices and locations. Unlike traditional whiteboards, the app uses AI to recognize freeform drawings and turn them into standard shapes, so it’s easier to create great-looking tables, diagrams, and flowcharts using only a pen. Users can work together in real-time on shared content and automatically save to the cloud to pick their work up later from another device. Microsoft Whiteboard is now available in preview from the Windows Store.
Find text in images with intelligent search
Earlier this year, we introduced the ability for OneDrive and SharePoint to automatically recognize the content within images and detect whiteboards, screenshots, receipts, and more. Today, we are expanding this capability to automatically extract searchable text from those images, making it easier to find a wide range of content, including receipts and business cards, using memorable search terms and without needing to know where the images are stored. Text in image search is currently rolling out and will be available to all Office 365 commercial subscribers by the end of December.
Search for text in images stored in Office 365.
Learn more about what’s new for Office 365 subscribers this month at: Office on Windows desktops | Office for Mac | Office Mobile for Windows | Office for iPhone and iPad | Office on Android. If you’re an Office 365 Home or Personal customer, be sure to sign up for Office Insider to be the first to use the latest and greatest in Office productivity. Commercial customers on both Monthly Channel and Semi-Annual Channel can also get early access to a fully supported build through Targeted Release (Clients, Services). This site explains more about when you can expect to receive the features announced today.
Our team are very pleased to announce the first release of modernized and enriched Office Dev Center portal with content localised into Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian and Spanish. Office developers can easily discover and access key resources in their native language and understand Office development opportunities. It also provides a landing place for new technical content.
The first set of localized product sites includes:
Many groups across Microsoft (Content writers, Designers, Engineers, Program Managers) collaborated to make this a reality and the plan is to have more localised product sites and further new marketing pages soon. The screen shot below gives you an idea of what to expect in your language at the moment.
Do you utilize restricted Insider works of Office (on any stage)? We need to hear how the confined (non-English) renditions of Office Insider are arriving in your market. From December fifth to December 31st we are running a sweepstakes in our rivalries space.
We’re giving away 12 USB Mobile Phone Chargers in our Office International Insider December Sweepstakes.
How to enter the Office International December Sweepstakes?
If you see anything you think we should fix or improve in your Office Insider build, just submit your entry by selecting “start a new conversation” in the Competitions space here, adding a screenshot and as much detail as you can in the body of the post:
Description of issue
Steps to reproduce your issue
Screenshots of your issue
English text (if known)
Reason why you feel the translation should change
Please try to keep it to one issue per post if at all possible. The more conversations you start the better your chances of winning in the sweepstakes. If you have no issue to report why not just tell us some of the following to enter:
What your favourite Office Insider feature was in the last year and why?
What language of Office Insider you use?
What platform you are using Office Insider on?
Not sure what an Office Insider is? Then please visit here or have a look at this
Here are some useful resources for Office Insiders:
Follow Office Insiders on Twitter
What’s New for Insiders (All Platforms)
Update history for Office Insider for Windows Desktop
Update history for Office Insider for Mac
Release notes for Insider Fast builds of Office 2016 for Mac
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Community Reporter @Adam Fowler did a fantastic job covering the Tech Summit in Sydney on Twitter! Now a week out I wanted to gather Adam’s thoughts on the event. Here is his interview:
Of the sessions you attended, which were your favourites?
I think the Office 365 sessions were my favorites, as they were focused at the IT Administrator looking after the environment. Learning about some of the logic behind Office 365 Groups I can take straight back to my place of business and implement. It’s always good to take away information you can immediately use.
Who do you think was the best speaker of the event?
I don’t like to pick favourites 🙂 It was great to see a lot of Product Managers from Redmond presenting, something we often don’t get in Australia. I did get to say ‘hi’ to @Michael Niehaus and saw a lot of other very high up people, which I think goes to show that Microsoft puts a lot of weight behind these events to make them successful and to share the knowledge.
With a packed agenda, how did you determine which sessions to prioritize attending?
I used the Microsoft Tech Summit app which gives a list of all the sessions. I added anything that sounded interesting for the entire event (some timeslots had 5 sessions I was interested in!) and then when the time came up, I re-read the sessions and decided what the best fit was. I find I make better decisions at the time just before I need to go and want to commit to the most relevant or interesting to me.
Outside of sessions, what other things did you do at the event?
I hung out at Microsoft‘s Tech Community Booth and answered a few questions from passers by which was fun, as I hadn’t done it in the context of being a Microsoft MVP before. I also went around to the vendor booths which is worthwhile finding out about other solutions out there as well as talking to existing vendors and getting an update on the latest information (and yes, getting swag is nice too!).
What advice would you give someone who is attending the Tech Summit for the first time?
Go to lots of sessions, but also don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation with anyone you come across. From my experience, the people that attend these events are very friendly and happy to have a chat. If you can’t find anyone that way, talk to people at booths or speakers after an event. Find what you’re passionate about and go for that. If you’re the social media type, that can be a good way to make new contacts too – there were a bunch of people I got to meet for the first time that I’d been tweeting to for months or years!
We also had @Dux Raymond Sy on site interviewing a few Microsoft staff at the event, check out his video interviews here