Installing Microsoft 365 Apps (formerly Office 365 Pro Plus) on a Non-managed Workstation

All workstations managed by Intune will receive an automated installation of Microsoft 365 Apps (formerly Office 365 Pro Plus). The procedure outlined in this article should only be used on workstations that have not yet been upgraded to Modern Desktop as well as BYOD workstations (eg. home computer) and student computers.

You can install the latest version of Microsoft 365 Apps on your Windows PC or your Mac workstation by signing into Microsoft Office 365 portal using your UWin Account. Under the current license agreement, you can install Microsoft 365 Apps this way on up to 5 computers. If you have an older version already installed, it will not be removed (you can however, remove it afterwards).

  1. Launch a web browser and go to this Web site:
  2. Sign in with as your login name (example: and your UWin Account password.
    NOTE: Do not use your long version of your e-mail address as login name (example:
    If you are unable to sign in, please click here.
  3. Click on Install Office button on the Office 365 Home Screen, as shown below:

  4. To install the core set of Office apps (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), select Office 365 apps.
    To install additional apps such as Visio or Power BI, select Other install options
    NOTE: You will only be able to install those additional apps for which you have purchased a license.

  5. Your browser will now download the installer file. You will need to open this file once it finished downloading.

  6. Click Yes when prompted by User Account Control message Do you want to allow this app to make changes to your device?
  7. Wait for the installer to finish downloading Office files and installing individual apps on your device. A progress bar will be displayed on the screen.




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