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Libreoffice update causes error 1935
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Installation of LibreOffice on Windows
Windows Installer error 1935
Some users get Windows Installer error 1935 and install rolls back. It may have caused by the broken setup of Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Runtime on their computers. Windows installer of LibreOffice 3.5.4 and higher versions provide a workaround for this problem. Try to run LibreOffice Windows installer from the command line: msiexec /i LibO_3.5.4_Win_x86_install_multi.msi VC_REDIST=0. This will supress the installation of Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Runtime that is embedded in LibreOffice Windows installer.
Cannot add LibreOffice MSI file to GPO
Some system admins tried to add LibreOffice Windows installer to GPO. They wanted to deploy LibreOffice from Group Policy. LibreOffice multi-language installer supports so many languages, that the list of Locale IDs is longer than 256 characters. This causes a problem for the GPO console, it reports that LibreOffice MSI file is invalid. There is a workaround:
Open the MSI in an MSI editor, for example in Orca.
Select View - Summary Information from the menu.
In Edit Summary Information dialog, go to Languages field.
Delete everything, keep only 1033 or the Locale ID of your choice. You can keep more, but lenght of this field should not exceed 256.
Now you can add it to GPO.