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I am trying to install office pro plus – i did get the error and reset my permissions microsoft office professional plus 2010 error 1920 free the registry, but now i getting error OSPPSV failed do to insufficient rights and fails to install. The laptop came installed with Windows 7 and a trial version of Office which I used for a couple weeks before removing it then installed Office Pro.

Here is how I was able to finally install Office and these steps may work for others with the same situation. I found some of the solutions from others who posted on other sites and assembled them in a logical order for whatever reason worked for me.

The next steps have to do why you get the error which has to do with security rights to certain features in Windows that are not set up or enabled. Since Windows Home locks out access the users and groups the follow steps with add Administrative access to the service component needed to for installation to work:.

Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Install, redeem, activate Microsoft and Office Search Community member. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as приведенная ссылка, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse.

Details required :. Microsoft office professional plus 2010 error 1920 free Submit. In the General Tab and click on Browsing History; delete all except passwords and form data I wanted to preserve those by choice. Delete all from Windows Temp folder, I did this by opening a command screen. Press Microsoft office professional plus 2010 error 1920 free key and R then type cmd in the dialog box.

Since Windows Home locks out access the users and groups the follow steps with add Administrative access to the service component needed to for installation to work: Open Regedit by pressing the Windows key and R then type Regedit. On the left pane, make sure you are at Computer and click microsoft office professional plus 2010 error 1920 free it.

Go to Edit, click on Fine and type appid and press enter. Click on Edit and select Permissions. You want to add Network Service with Full Control permissions in here. The Network Service name will be underlined to indicate the name is recognized and click OK. Now try to install Office again. When I installed Officeit installed without a glitch.

Not sure if all steps above were needed, but the registry hack is a must since this error has to do the full access rights to book coins free collector service needed. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply?

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I have been trying to install Office Professional Plus for about 2 weeks now and I continue to get an error that says:. Verify that you have sufficient privileges to start system services. I had the beta installed on this computer but I uninstalled it before attempting to install this version that I just purchased.

I have gone through about a dozen threads this is obviously not an isolated problem on Microsoft Answers and Technet over the past 2 weeks trying everything that has been suggested. Here is a sample of the threads that I’ve gone through:. I have also tried everything suggested in the relevant KB articles that are listed in those threads.

None of those things has worked. Please don’t tell me to try something that is already listed in those previous question threads. I’ve even commented on many of those threads but nobody has responded, that’s why I’m posting a new thread even though it’s the same exact problem as those threads.

I figure the only way to get a personalized response is to post my own thread. I cannot find a complimentary MS support method besides these forums even though I just bought the top-of-the-line office suite!

Please help! And please tell me that the answer does not lie in formatting and reinstalling Windows as that is not a helpful or acceptable response. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for taking the time to reply Milly. I just find it odd that a beta software release would cause a need to completely reformat the machine. If problems like that aren’t getting worked in alpha testing, some process needs to be reworked in the testing department – especially with the simple process of uninstalling a beta software simply to install the release version.

I guess I learned to expect even less of beta software than I did before, and I’ll keep that in mind in the future with Microsoft beta programs. So is the solution the same for all the people who are simply upgrading from to and get the same error? Do we think the answer for them will be the same, to just format? Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I don’t know if this helps, but here is the section of the verbose log that was returned during installation:.

Service ‘Office Software Protection Platform’ osppsvc failed to start. Showing message Title: ‘Setup’, Message: ‘Error Must reboot to complete operation. Reboot will be required. So I just tried this and it still gave me the same error. However, before I ran the installation, there were no files in the OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform folder that this link mentions.

It is only during installation that I see files in that folder so I also tried running the command in that kb article during the installation when files were there.

However, after running that command, it still gave me the error. But I also watched the services while the installation was running and when the “Office Software Protection Platform” service appeared it’s not normally listed in services on my computer I manually started the service but it still gave me the same error.

Then I tried while the error message was still on the screen changing the Log On to log on with the local system account. Then I started the service and it started fine.

I then clicked “Retry. But then at the end it still gave me an error that said “Microsoft Office Professional Plus encountered an error during setup. So I then took it a step further and ran the install again constantly watching the services and as soon as the Office Software Protection Platform service appeared, rather than trying to start it like I did above, I immediately right-clicked on it and quickly set the Log On to log on with the local system account and then applied the changes and clicked OK.

I never got the error during the install when I did that. But, unfortunately it still gave me the error that says “Microsoft Office Professional Plus encountered an error during setup. I had the same error and spoke to Microsoft. They had me run an office scrub file and a fix bat file shown below. Let me know if you want me to email the scrub file to you as I still have it on my PC.

Try running this batch file first and see if it helps. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Install, redeem, activate Microsoft and Office Search Community member.

I have been trying to install Office Professional Plus for about 2 weeks now and I continue to get an error that says: “Error Service ‘Office Software Protection Platform’ osppsvc failed to start. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.

I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Milly Staples. Sad lesson learned here – NEVER install Beta software on a machine that you cannot afford to format once the beta testing is completed. The license for the beta even prohibits you from installing it on a production machine.

Of course, few people follow the advice or the license and install away including me who had to format a machine that I did not want to have to touch. You do not want to hear this, I know. However, your search for other answers has turned up nothing useful to you. My suggestion is to back up what you wish to keep and format the machine.

And, in the future, install to a Virtual Machine or a second machine that you can afford to trash once the beta is over. Since you have made it clear that this is not the response that you wanted to hear, feel free to ignore it except for the part about future beta testing and sorry to waste your time. If a reply helps, please vote it as helpful. If a reply solves the issue, please mark it as an answer.

Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Milly Staples’s post on September 27, Return value 3.

In reply to cbass’s post on September 28, In reply to zbatia’s post on September 28, Thank you for the suggestion. That page looks familiar so I may have tried that already, but I’ll try it again when I get home tonight In reply to cbass’s post on September 30, In reply to TF3’s post on October 18, Verify that you have sufficient privileges to start system services”.

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