Are you struggling with an Office 365 installation that seems to be stuck at 58%? Don’t panic, there are simple solutions to fix it. Read on to find out how.
Check Firewall Settings
If your Office 365 installation is stuck at 58%, it could be due to firewall settings blocking the installation process. Check your firewall settings and ensure that outbound ports 80, 443, and 8080 are open. You can also temporarily disable the firewall to see if that resolves the issue. If you still encounter problems, try downloading and running the SaRa (Support and Recovery Assistant) tool from Office.com. This tool can help diagnose and fix common installation problems. Additionally, check your network source and ensure that all machines are running the same system, and that the system is up-to-date with Windows updates. If nothing else works, consider reaching out to your company’s IT admin or Microsoft support for further assistance.
Use SaRa Tool or Office Deployment Tool
If you’re facing an issue with your Office 365 installation stuck at 58%, don’t worry. There are a few simple solutions to fix it. One solution is to use SaRa Tool or Office Deployment Tool.
If you’re using SaRa Tool:
1. Download the SaRa tool from the link provided by Microsoft.
2. Run the tool and select the “Office” option.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to troubleshoot the problem.
If you’re using Office Deployment Tool:
1. Open the command prompt as an administrator.
2. Navigate to the folder where the Office Deployment Tool is located.
3. Type “setup.exe /configure configuration.xml” and press enter.
4. Wait for the installation to complete.
If the above solutions do not work, check if your firewall rules are blocking the installation. You can also try installing the Office suite on a different window or task.
Remember, if you’re facing any problem or issue, look for solutions and techniques online. You can also seek help from your networking guys or admin. Always keep your software up-to-date, and make sure you have the correct licenses and product keys.
Restart Your System and Use Offline Installer
If your Office 365 installation is stuck at 58%, try restarting your system and using an offline installer. This simple technique can often fix the issue. First, close all open Office applications and save any work. Then, restart your computer to clear any temporary files or processes that may be interfering with the installation. Next, download the offline installer from Office.com and run it. This will install the Office suite without requiring an internet connection, which can help avoid any issues with your network source. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. If you still encounter problems, check the installation logs for error messages or contact your company’s IT support for further assistance. Avoid using a buggy installer or trying to install from a network location.
Run Online Repair Tool or Reinstall Office
|Run Online Repair Tool||This option allows you to fix any issues with your Office 365 installation by running an online repair tool. The tool will scan your installation and attempt to fix any issues that may be causing the installation to get stuck at 58%.|
|Reinstall Office||If the online repair tool does not resolve the issue, you may need to reinstall Office 365. This option will completely remove your current installation and then reinstall it. This should fix any issues that may be causing the installation to get stuck at 58%.|