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Installation Steps

It typically takes not more than 2 minutes to perform a managerial install, and just less than a minute to make a simple Agent install to each technician's system.
 

Team Helpdesk System consists of two separate installs – Manager and Agent. The managerial install is for helpdesk administrator who would configure and maintain the Team Helpdesk folders, drop down lists, templates, FAQs and other helpdesk settings. Whereas, the Agent install is for the technicians/agents to enable them to work on support cases in Outlook with the configured Team Helpdesk folders.


Download link:
http://www.assistmyteam.net/TeamHelpdeskSP/download.asp

There are two different setup types:

For 'Per user Installation'

TeamHelpdeskSPSetups_x86.zip (for 32-bit Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016)

TeamHelpdeskSPSetups_x64.zip (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)
 

For 'Per Machine Installation'

TeamHelpdeskSPSetups_x86_Citrix.zip (for 32-bit Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016)

TeamHelpdeskSPSetups_x64_Citrix.zip (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)


The downloaded zip file contains 3 files – TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_xXX.exe, TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_xXX.exe and VersionInfo.txt where ‘xxx’ can be either x86 (32-bit Outlook) or x64 (64-bit Outlook)

Extract these file contents to a file folder in your system. Before continuing with the installation, don't forget to go through the System Requirements page. For version numbers and changes history, refer to the Version History page.
 

Part I: Manager add-in Part II: Agent Add-in

NOTE: Per User Installation and Per Machine Installation
In Per User Installation,
both the Manager and Agent installs are performed 100% on the local system and nothing is installed on your Exchange or Windows Server. Further, this install is intended to serve only the current logged on user of the system/workstation and will be installed under the user's application data folder (instead of Programs Files folder) and no elevated permission is required (This is known as per user installation). So, there won't be a prompt from UAC to allow this install unless you change the install directory to say, Programs Files which will warrant an elevated permission/UAC prompt. If the same system is used by multiple technicians, each user needs to install Team Helpdesk add-in on their profile with the default installation folder location.

Per Machine Installation: If you have the need to have a single install that serves all users of the system (i.e., per machine installation, which technically means the files will be installed under Program files folder and the add-in will be registered under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry hive rather than HKEY_CURRENT_USER), download the Citrix/Terminal Server version of the setups from http://www.assistmyteam.net/TeamHelpdesk/Download.asp to perform a per machine installation.
 


Part-I:
Managerial Installation and Configuration

The managerial installation consists of tools and files, for creating the Team Helpdesk Outlook folders, and for configuring and maintaining the settings of the helpdesk. It has to be performed by the helpdesk administrator/manager before the agent tool is installed on every technician's system.

The Manager setup is of two different types - one each for 32-bit Outlook and 64-bit Outlook

For Per User Installation:

TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_x86.exe (for 32-bit Outlook 2007 SP3, 2010, 2013, 2016)
TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_x64.exe (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)

For Per Machine Installation:
TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_x86_Citrix.exe (for 32-bit Outlook 2007 SP3, 2010, 2013, 2016)
TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_x64_Citrix.exe (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)
 

Step 1. Run the TeamHelpdeskSPManagerSetup_xXX.exe to start the installation. Click 'Next' to Continue. If Outlook 2007 (SP2 or above) or later is not installed, the setup wizard will not be able to proceed. Please also ensure Outlook is shutdown (if already running or active in the task manager) as the setup has to install an Outlook add-in.



Step 2. Select the appropriate destination folder where the application files will be installed. If you change the default folder path, please make sure you have appropriate permission. (Note: by default, it will be installed under your application data folder)

 

Step 3. Click 'Next' to continue with the files extraction. It just takes a few minutes to complete the whole copying process

 

Step 4. Click 'Finish’. This ends the files installation process in your system.

 

Step 5. Start Outlook (restart if it was already running during the files installation). As soon as Outlook is loaded, you will be prompted with the following dialog box, offering you two choices:

 

1. Create New Team Helpdesk folders – Click this button to create new Team Helpdesk folders (i.e., Ongoing Cases, Resolved Cases, KB, Schedules, History and Settings) which are customized with Team Helpdesk specific fields, views and forms. Follow step 6 to further go ahead with the configuration.

2. Use Existing Team Helpdesk folders – Click this button to use existing Team Helpdesk folders (i.e., Ongoing Cases, Resolved Cases, KB, Schedules, History and Settings) which had been already configured by another helpdesk manager/administrator.

You will be given the option to select the existing Team Helpdesk root folder, to link up the Team Helpdesk Manager add-in with the existing Team Helpdesk folders and database.



Either you can auto scan (1) to search for the first available Team Helpdesk folder. If you already know the location of the existing Team Helpdesk folders, you can simply click the ‘Browse’ (2) button to specify it from your Outlook and then click ‘Continue’. Steps 6 and 7 would are not applicable, with this route.

 

Step 6. A folders Installation Wizard dialog (as seen below) enables you to customize the name of the parent Team Helpdesk folder that will be created. By default, it has a title of 'Team Helpdesk SP'.



Further, you can choose the language specific Outlook forms and Views to install. The following languages are supported: English, Español, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Deutsch, French, Finnish, Swedish, Portuguese

 


Step 7. Clicking 'Next' would enable you to select an Outlook parent folder where the specified Team Helpdesk root folder would be created. Hence make sure you have adequate rights over the selected folder to create a new folder.


The tool would then copy Team Helpdesk subfolders, forms & designs, views etc. from the Team Helpdesk PST template file. It would look like the followings layout:


 

NOTE: When you start Outlook, if you are not prompted for the option to copy a new Team Helpdesk folder, or choose existing one, then most likely, there might be remnants of earlier installation. In such scenario, go to Outlook > Team Helpdesk Manager menu and click ‘Copy a New Team Helpdesk folder’. That will manually invoke the wizard tool for copying a new Team Helpdesk folder to your Outlook

 

Step 8. Now, the final step is to choose a Team Helpdesk database where all the settings, templates and other helpdesk data will be saved. Support database options are i) Microsoft Exchange/Outlook, ii) Microsoft Access, iii) Microsoft SQL Server iv)Microsoft Azure SQL, or  v) Microsoft SharePoint.

i) Microsoft Exchange/Outlook - If Microsoft Exchange is selected, the settings data will be stored under the Team Helpdesk Settings public folder in Exchange. This option removes the dependency of an external database and works even on WAN and HTTP connection to Exchange. This database option is best used for quickly evaluating Team Helpdesk in your environment without needing to configure a dedicated database. However, please be careful to not use this database option for your live production helpdesk, as it is unsuitable for multi-users helpdesk environment.


ii) Microsoft Access
- If you choose Access, the database will need to be placed on a shared network folder such that all technicians working on the support cases in Outlook have access to the network folder. When you specify the location where the MDB file is to be created, make sure you choose a UNC path (eg. \\AMTServer\Helpdesk) instead of a mapped one because, a mapped drive might only be accessible to you. One important consideration with having a network Access database is the write permission on the folder and the MDB file itself. Make sure, the shared folder or the MDB file is not configured ‘read-only’ for all technicians on the network, otherwise, technicians won’t be able to create and save cases in the Team Helpdesk Cases folders in Outlook.
 

When using a network Access or SQL Server database, it is important that it is configured in a way that it is accessible on the network by all support staffs. Note that, Team Helpdesk with a dedicated database only works on local network. This database option is ideal for a helpdesk team that has a large number of technicians.

 

iii) Microsoft SQL Server - It is recommended to use a dedicated SQL Server database option, if you have a high number of users/technicians working on support cases, as it gives a better performance and is easily scalable.
 


For SQL server, the server name is mandatory. The Database name is optional. If it is left empty, a new database with the name ‘TeamHelpdeskSPSettingsDB’ would be created. If your SQL server is configured to use windows authentication (NTLM), then you can check the ‘Use Integrity Security’ option to let Windows manager the credentials to access the resources on the SQL server. One important aspect to consider when using a SQL server database is the accessibility by other technicians. That is, when other technicians install the Team Helpdesk Agent, they will automatically pick up these SQL server settings to connect to the database, and hence, it is important that the specified SQL server account here (if you are not using Integrated Security, that is) is usable by all the technicians as well.
 

Permission for Technicians/Agents on the SQL database.
Each of your helpdesk users/technicians should have both db_datareader and db_datawriter permission on the Team Helpdesk SQL database.


NOTE: When choosing a SQL server database for Team Helpdesk System, if you are not using the ‘Integrated Security’ (also known as Windows Authentication, or NTLM authentication), then it is very important that the particular SQL user account you use here, is usable by all Team Helpdesk Agents from different systems of the technicians.

 

iv) Microsoft Azure SQL – Azure SQL Database is a cloud-based relational database service from Microsoft, which is based on SQL Server database. This option is ideal for helpdesk that have technicians scattered or working remotely in different locations but have access to the web.



NOTE: If no database name is mentioned, Team Helpdesk will create a new database in your Azure SQL server, by the name of 'TeamHelpdeskSPSettingsDB’.

 

v) Microsoft SharePoint – The last helpdesk database option ‘Microsoft SharePoint’ allows you to use your SharePoint site to store the helpdesk settings, drop down lists, email templates and other global configurations such that all your technicians can access it from the internet or WAN. This is ideal if many of your technicians work from remote location with no access to the office network but can access to the company’s SharePoint site from outside the office network.


To specify a SharePoint site, click the ‘Browse…’ button. This would allow you to enter the URL of the SharePoint. When entering the URL, always use the parent site URL in the format http://mySharePointsite. And click ‘Retrieve’ to show all available sub-sites and lists.

Very Important! Your permission to the SharePoint site: Make sure that you have ‘Full Control’ permission over the SharePoint site so that Team Helpdesk Manager add-in can create the ‘TeamHelpdeskSPSettings’ list automatically.


And then select the particular site under which the Helpdesk settings would be stored. You can also choose to create a new sub-site on the fly by clicking the ‘New Site...’ button and select it. When you click ‘Confirm’, Team Helpdesk will automatically create and configure a new SharePoint list titled ‘TeamHelpdeskSPSettings’ under the site. And then any settings/drop down lists you defined from Team Helpdesk Manager Tool in Outlook would be saved in this repository.

If the SharePoint site uses the NTLM or windows authentication, the add-in will use the default credential to connect to the SharePoint. However, for form based or claimed based authentication (for example, Office 365 SharePoint online), it may prompt you (and other individual technician) to enter their credential.



You can also specify the authentication mode that is used by your SharePoint to allow connection to it. For instance, if your SharePoint is configured for Windows authentication, choose ‘NTLM’. If it used a form based authentication, then choose ‘Forms’ whereas if it used a claimed based authentication (for Office 365 SharePoint Online), choose ‘Office 365’.

In the username, exclude any domain information. For instance, do not enter in the format DOMAIN\UserName. Only enter UserName. If your SharePoint site login requires a domain name, enter one in the 'Domain' box instead. Check ‘Remember’ so that Team Helpdesk add-in can use the same credential to logon to the SharePoint site in subsequent connection.
 

When your technicians with the Team Helpdesk Agent tool starts Outlook, the add-in would automatically connect to the admin specified SharePoint site and would retrieve the helpdesk logic and settings data to the local system.
 

What SharePoint permissions are required for other technicians?
All technicians should have at least ‘Contribute’ permission the SharePoint list ‘TeamHelpdeskSPSettings’.

You can use any SharePoint version starting with SharePoint 2010 to the latest SharePoint 2016. You can also use Office 365 SharePoint Online too.



Step 9. Now that you have installed - Team Helpdesk files into your system and Team Helpdesk folders into your public folder or mailbox, administrator would need to configure the permission level of each Team Helpdesk folder, namely, the History Ongoing, History Resolved, KB, Ongoing Cases, Resolved Cases, Schedules and Settings.

By default, the permission on each subfolder for all users is set to 'Author'. Only the user (manager) who had performed the installation has got 'Owner' permission. Hence, it is this user (manager) who would need to grant permission to the folders for all members of the helpdesk team. Without a proper permission structure defined, technicians accessing the Team Helpdesk folders would not be able to perform most of the helpdesk tasks such as creating new support cases, working on their assigned cases etc.
 

The following table summarizes what permission levels are required on each folder:

Folder Permission
History Ongoing At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians
History Resolved At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians
KB At least 'Author' permission to all helpdesk technicians
Ongoing Cases At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians
Resolved Cases At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians
Schedules At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians
'Publishing Editor' permission to technicians with admin-access*
Settings  At least 'Editor' permission to all helpdesk technicians


We recommend that a user’s group consisting of all agents/technicians of the helpdesk be created such that helpdesk manager (owner) can easily assign permission to the group as a whole, instead of undergoing multiple steps of selecting and granting the same permission to each technician. In the example below, a group 'ServiceDesk' comprising of all helpdesk users is granted editor permission over the 'Ongoing Cases' folder.



 

Step 10. Now, the final remaining step is to perform the fields mapping between Outlook and SharePoint for the Case and KB article items. When a support case is raised in Outlook, Team Helpdesk will also create a corresponding copy of that case in an admin specified SharePoint list. As an administrator, you can choose which Outlook helpdesk fields get included in the SharePoint copy of the case. All you need to do is map the Outlook helpdesk fields with relevant fields of the SharePoint list. Mapped settings are then accessible by all technicians in the helpdesk.

Go to Team Helpdesk Manager SP menu and click ‘SharePoint Mapping – Case’ option.



This will allow you to enter the URL of your SharePoint site to choose the particular destination SharePoint list under which copies of the cases raised in Outlook will be synchronized and stored. You can choose re-use existing SharePoint lists or create new one for this purpose. Ideally, we recommend that the SharePoint list you will choose for used with Team Helpdesk was derived from the ‘Issue Tracking’ template in your SharePoint. This is because such SharePoint list already comes with predefined helpdesk fields and views which can be directly ported with Team Helpdesk’s functionality.



For instance, you can create a new list (e.g., Trouble Tickets) based on the ‘Issue Tracking’ template below:


And then choose this newly created SharePoint list (e.g. Tickets) or any other existing lists from the mapping tool and click ‘Confirm’.



Instead of creating the new site/list in the SharePoint using your web browser, you can also choose to create – new site or list directly from the add-in.

New Site – Create a new site directly under the chosen parent site to be used exclusively for Team Helpdesk. By default, the site will be created as a blank site, unless a different site template is chosen from the drop down.



New List – You can choose to create a new list directly under the chosen site. By default, the list would be created using the ‘Issue Tracking’ template available in your SharePoint. However, you can change the template from the drop down.


After choosing a destination SharePoint list (either by creating a new one, or by selecting an existing list), you can proceed to start mapping the fields between Outlook and SharePoint.
 


In the mapping dialog box (above), the first column lists all the Helpdesk Outlook fields. The second column displays the data type of the field. In the third column, there is a drop down list on each row, consisting of all available SharePoint fields. Just simply choose a SharePoint field from the drop down box to map it to the corresponding Outlook field.

For example, in the screenshot above, Outlook Helpdesk field ‘Due Date’ is mapped to SharePoint field ‘Due Date’, and Helpdesk field ‘Problem Category’ to SharePoint field ‘Category’ etc.

You can choose to auto create the required fields in the SharePoint list as well as auto-map the fields between the helpdesk and SharePoint.

For mandatory unmapped fields only - Click this option under the ‘Auto Create & Map fields’ menu to create the mandatory helpdesk fields in the chosen SharePoint list on the fly and automatically complete the mapping. Mandatory fields are marked/colored in light red. The following fields are mandatory to complete the mapping - Subject, Consolidated Conversation, Caller Name, Resolved, Due Date, Problem Category, Problem Type, Technician

For all unmapped fields – Click this option under the ‘Auto Create & Map fields’ menu to create all the helpdesk fields that have not been mapped yet in the chosen SharePoint list and complete the mapping automatically. If the chosen SharePoint list have any matching existing fields, instead of creating new ones, the add-in will try to use them to map with the helpdesk fields. For instance, if the chosen SharePoint list was created based on the ‘Issue Tracking’, the list already contains predefined fields such as Title, Due Date, Description, Assigned To, Issue Status etc.

For the following fields – Click this option under the ‘Auto-Create & Map fields’ menu to choose specific helpdesk fields of interest that will be auto-created in the chosen SharePoint and mapped automatically.



For ‘Caller Name’ field, you can further specify which SharePoint data type will be used to store the caller information contained in the case in Outlook. For instance, you can choose if the SharePoint caller name field will store the info as a SharePoint user/group type (assuming the caller exists as a user in SharePoint), or as a choice drop down, or as a plain text. By default, the ‘Caller Name’ field is set to be used and mapped to a SharePoint text field.



For ‘Technician’ field, you can also specify which SharePoint data type will be used to store the technician information contained in the case in Outlook. For instance, you can choose if the SharePoint Technician field will store the info as a SharePoint user/group type (assuming the technician exists as a user in SharePoint), or as a choice drop down, or as a plain text. By default, the ‘Technician’ field is set to be used and mapped to a SharePoint User/Group field.

Additionally, to have finer control, you can also manually create new fields in the chosen destination SharePoint list and map with the helpdesk outlook fields.

Create New SharePoint Field - on the fly.
In the drop down list of the SharePoint field, you will also notice that there is an item ‘[NEW LIST FIELD]’. You can select this item to create a new field in the particular SharePoint list, directly from this mapping tool, so that you can map the specific Outlook field to this new SharePoint field, without requiring you to create it in your SharePoint site.



Specify a field name that you would like to appear in the SharePoint list. Only input valid characters and avoid using special characters such as symbols.


The new SharePoint field will have the same data type as that of the corresponding Outlook field.


Mandatory Fields for Mapping.
Note that the following Outlook Helpdesk fields are mandatory when you perform mapping:
Subject, HTML Body (or Consolidated Conversation), Caller Name, Technician, Problem Category, Problem Type, Due Date, Resolved.

If any of these mandatory field(s) are not mapped, you will get a ‘mandatory fields not mapped’ warning message and the settings won’t be saved.

Available Helpdesk Fields in Outlook for mapping to SharePoint:
Asset Name, Asset Field 2, Asset Field 3, Asset Field 4, Asset Field5, Author, Caller Address, Caller Company, Caller Department, Caller Mobile, Caller Phone, Resolved, Date Closed, Date Created, Due Date, Log, Notes, Origin, Problem Category, Problem Type, Received Date, Service Level, Status, Technician, Technician Email, Time Spent, Time Spent Description, Subject, Body, HTML Body, Importance, Categories, Other Cases from the same caller, Other Cases related to the same Asset (and any custom fields you have defined).

Likewise, when a KB article is published in Outlook, you can choose which Outlook KB fields get included in the SharePoint copy of the KB article. All you need to do is map the Outlook KB fields with relevant fields of the SharePoint list. Mapped settings are then accessible by all technicians in the helpdesk. For KB mapping, you can use a simple custom list as it does not require that many fields.

For instance, you can use the ‘Custom List’ template to create a new SharePoint list ‘KB’ for used with Team Helpdesk to store the KB articles.


And then choose this newly created SharePoint list (e.g. KB) or any other existing lists.
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In the mapping dialog box (above), the first column lists all the KB Outlook fields. The second column displays the data type of the field. In the third column, there is a drop down list on each row, consisting of all available SharePoint fields. Just simply choose a SharePoint field from the drop down box to map it to the corresponding Outlook field.

For example, in the screenshot above, Outlook KB field ‘Subject’ is mapped to SharePoint field ‘Title’, and Outlook Helpdesk field ‘HTML Body’ to SharePoint field ‘Body’ etc.
 

Available KB Fields in Outlook for mapping with SharePoint
Subject, Body, HTML Body, Problem Category, Problem Type.
 


 

 

Part-II: Agent Addin Installation and Configuration

This install is meant for agents and technicians who would be working on support cases in the configured Outlook folders. Before you install the agent tool, make sure the Team Helpdesk Outlook folders had been already configured by the manager and that you know the location of these Outlook folders (ask your helpdesk manager for the location if required eg. \\All Public Folders\Public folders\Team Helpdesk SP). This is required because you will be asked to specify the configured Team Helpdesk root folder once you start Outlook (for the purpose of linking up the agent tool with the Team Helpdesk outlook folders and is required one time only).
 

The Agent setup is of two different types - one each for 32-bit Outlook and 64-bit Outlook:

Per User Installation
TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_x86.exe (for 32-bit Outlook 2007 SP3, 2010, 2013, 2016)
TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_x64.exe (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)
 

Per Machine Installation
TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_x86_Citrix.exe (for 32-bit Outlook 2007 SP3, 2010, 2013, 2016)
TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_x64_Citrix.exe (for 64-bit Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016)


The Agent installation mainly consists of an Outlook add-in that has all the logic and functionalities of the helpdesk application. It needs to be installed by all agents/technicians who will be working with the Team Helpdesk in Outlook. Before you continue the installation, it is recommended that Microsoft Outlook is shutdown (if active).

(Note: if the administrator/manager needs to work on support cases, the agent tool also needs to be installed, apart from the managerial portion. It is perfectly normal to have both Manager and Agent add-ins installed on the same machine. However, for normal technicians, just the agent add-in is enough to work with the support cases in Outlook).

Step 1. Run TeamHelpdeskSPAgentSetup_xXX.exe to start the installation. Click ‘Next’ to Continue. If Outlook 2007 or later is not installed, the setup wizard will not be able to proceed.

 

Step 2. Select the appropriate destination folder where the application files will be installed. If you change the default folder path, please make sure you have appropriate permission. (Note: by default, it will be installed under your application data folder)

 

Step 3. Click ‘Install’ to continue the files extraction.

 

Step 4. It may take a few minutes to complete the whole copying and registration process.

 

Step 5. Click 'Finish' to end the installation wizard.

 

Now start Microsoft Outlook. If the agent addin installation was successful, you will see a new menu item 'Team Helpdesk Agent’ in Outlook (after help menu).

Step 6. The final step of the Agent add-in installation is linking up the Team Helpdesk Agent add-in with an existing Team Helpdesk folder in Outlook. When you start Outlook, you will be given the option to specify the location of an existing, already configured Team Helpdesk folder, which may be under your public folder or shared mailbox folder depending on where your administrator had installed it previously.



Either you can auto scan to search for the first available ‘Team Helpdesk SP’ root folder. If you already know the location of the existing Team Helpdesk folders, you can simply click the Browse’ button to specify the folder from your Outlook. And then click ‘Continue’.

If you have chosen the correct Team Helpdesk folder, the Agent add-in should be able to make connection to the Team Helpdesk database, and you should be able to see Team Helpdesk specific toolbars and ribbons in the Explorer and Inspector windows of your Outlook.
 

Additional step for Technicians/Agents on the SQL database.
If your administrator had configured Team Helpdesk to store the settings and other configurations in a SQL server database, then please make sure that you have adequate permission to access and update the tables in that database i.e., db_datareader and db_datawriter permission on the Team Helpdesk SQL database.


 

Additional steps for Technicians/Agents on the SharePoint Site.

i) Your permission to the SharePoint site - Make sure that you have at least ‘Contribute’ (or ‘Full Control’) permission over the SharePoint site.

ii) Login Credential - When you try to raise a new case or make changes to existing ones, the agent add-in may prompt you to enter your credential to connect to the SharePoint site.



If the SharePoint site uses the NTLM or windows authentication, the add-in will use the default credential to connect to the SharePoint. However, for form based or claimed based authentication (for example, Office 365 SharePoint online), it may prompt you (and other individual technician) to enter their credential.

Check ‘Remember’ so that Team Helpdesk add-in can use the same credential to logon to the SharePoint site in subsequent connection.

You can also specify the authentication mode that is used by your SharePoint to allow connection to it. For instance, if your SharePoint is configured for Windows authentication, choose ‘NTLM’. If it used a form based authentication, then choose ‘Forms’ whereas if it used a claimed based authentication (for Office 365 SharePoint Online), choose ‘Office 365’. If you are unsure, consult your administrator.

 
 
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