You can continue to use the previous version of the Office Deployment Tool for those deployments.As with any new version of Office, there is a new set of Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML) for Group Policy settings.You can download the Administrative Template files from the Microsoft Download Center.We've added some new settings, but maintained most of the existing Group Policy settings to help minimize changes you need to make.Microsoft describes the issue and provides possible workarounds here.The registry key to be changed depends on the Outlook version used.For Office 2013, the Group Policy settings are located in keys named 15.0.
During this time, you might identify possible issues that you need to fix with your line-of-business applications, add-ins, or macros or that you want Microsoft to fix.
The only Add-in Express related aspect of this issue is: the Web View Pane region that Add-in Express provides to let you embed your forms into Outlook windows is affected; your form won’t be shown in that region if a corresponding Outlook update is installed.
Microsoft introduced this change to deal with a security issue.
We’ve started a new line of blogs to inform Office [and Add-in Express] developers about [serious] problems [and solutions] related to Microsoft Office [and/or Add-in Express products] as early as possible.
This blog is about a recent change in Outlook 2010 – 2016: changing the object raises an exception.
Office 2016 is the latest version of Microsoft's productivity apps, such as Word, Power Point, Excel, and Microsoft Outlook.