SharePoint PowerShell script to open Excel.Application on Windows server 2008 R2

Hi
I am building a PowerShell script to open an Excel file store on SharePoint document library.  Sound simple enough but I just couldn't get over an error and hopefully someone can help give an answer here.
I have found many sample codes to use.  All of the sample codes show that a new object must be created for Excel application
like ($Excel = New-Object -comobject Excel.Application) before that excel file can be read.
When I run this comand on a SharePoint server (Windows 2008 R2) either inside the script or by itself I keep getting the following error:
 New-Object : Cannot load COM type Excel.Application.
+ $excel = New-Object <<<<  -Com Excel.Application
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidType: (:) [New-Object], PSArgumentException
For the test,  I ran this comand on a Windows 7 with MS Office applications installed,  then it ran fine.
Is that because I don't have Office application (Excel) installed on the server to run this or some services need to be turned on?
From the sample codes, look like I should be able to run it on the Server with SharePoint installed.
Thanks for any advice or solution to resolve my issue.
Swanl

So I'm assuming this won't return anything either?
Get-WMIObject Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting | ? {$_.VersionIndependentProgId -like 'excel.application'}
You need Office/Excel installed on the server because you're accessing those .DLLs for the automation functionality, but depending on what you're trying to do you may be able to use one of the office viewers:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10 although I'm not sure how much of the com (if any) is exposed in a viewer install.  if Office is not possible due to
budget reasons, I believe there are several 3rd party providers who can produce a com object that will handle Excel formats.

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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - CTPVersion
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\3\PowerShellEngine
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Version
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - The value is... 
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - 4.5.50938
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - A post release .NET 4.5 is installed
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - 
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Identity Foundation\Setup\v3.5
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 SP1 (x64)
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Native Client
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Windows Server AppFabric
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\AppFabric\V1.0
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - 
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Identity Extensions\Setup\1.0
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - 
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - from the following registry location...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSIPC\CurrentVersion
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Microsoft WCF Data Services 5.0
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Version
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Microsoft WCF Data Services\5.0
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - Cumulative Update Package 1 for Microsoft AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server (KB2671763)
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    2014-04-30 17:32:57 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Updates\AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server\KB2671763
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    2014-04-30 17:33:21 - C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\1\prerequisiteinstaller.2014.04.30-17.32.32.log

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    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders
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    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Major version number of the operating system:  (6)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Minor version number of the operating system:  (1)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Build number of the operating system:  (0X1DB1=7601)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Major version number of the latest Service Pack:  (1)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Minor version number of the latest Service Pack:  (0)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Platform ID of the operating system:  (2)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Product suites available on the operating system:  (0X10=16)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Product type of the operating system: VER_NT_DOMAIN_CONROLLER
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Product type:  (0X21=33)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - OS type:  (0)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Configuring the application's property sheet...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Windows Management Framework 3.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - PowerShellVersion
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\3\PowerShellEngine
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The value is... 
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    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - A higher version of the prerequisite above is already installed
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Install
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The value is (1)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Version
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    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - 4.5.50938
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - A post release .NET 4.5 is installed
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - 
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Identity Foundation\Setup\v3.5
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - 6.1.7600.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The prerequisite above is already installed
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 SP1 (x64)
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading version of the following file...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_MSIL\Microsoft.Synchronization\1.0.0.0__89845dcd8080cc91\Microsoft.Synchronization.dll
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    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - 1.0.1215.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Native Client
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Version
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\SQLNCLI10\CurrentVersion
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - 10.0.1600.22
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Windows Server AppFabric
    2014-06-20 08:18:39 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - ProductVersion
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\AppFabric\V1.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - 
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Identity Extensions\Setup\1.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - 
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSIPC\CurrentVersion
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Microsoft WCF Data Services 5.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Version
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Microsoft WCF Data Services\5.0
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Cumulative Update Package 1 for Microsoft AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server (KB2671763)
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - IsInstalled
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:18:40 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Updates\AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server\KB2671763
    2014-06-20 08:18:44 - Beginning download/installation
    2014-06-20 08:18:44 - Created thread for installer
    2014-06-20 08:18:44 - "C:\Windows\system32\ServerManagerCmd.exe" -inputpath "C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\2\Pre6515.tmp.XML"
    2014-06-20 08:18:45 - Install process returned (0X3EB=1003)
    2014-06-20 08:18:45 - [In HRESULT format] (0X800703EB=-2147023893)
    2014-06-20 08:18:45 - "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe" -i
    2014-06-20 08:18:45 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:46 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:47 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:48 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:49 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:50 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:51 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:52 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:53 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:54 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:55 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:56 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:57 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:58 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:18:59 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:19:00 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:19:01 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:19:02 - Install process returned (0)
    2014-06-20 08:19:02 - [In HRESULT format] (0)
    2014-06-20 08:19:02 - "C:\Windows\system32\cscript.exe" "C:\Windows\system32\iisext.vbs" /enext "ASP.NET v4.0.30319"
    2014-06-20 08:19:02 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:19:03 - Request for install time of Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Install process returned (-2146646015)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - [In HRESULT format] (-2146646015)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Error when enabling ASP.NET v4.0.30319
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Last return code (-2146646015)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Flags
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\UpdateExeVolatile
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - PendingFileRenameOperations
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    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update\RebootRequired
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    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Windows Management Framework 3.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - PowerShellVersion
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\3\PowerShellEngine
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 4.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - A higher version of the prerequisite above is already installed
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Install
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The value is (1)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Version
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\V4\full
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 4.5.50938
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - A post release .NET 4.5 is installed
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Identity Foundation\Setup\v3.5
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 6.1.7600.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The prerequisite above is already installed
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 SP1 (x64)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading version of the following file...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_MSIL\Microsoft.Synchronization\1.0.0.0__89845dcd8080cc91\Microsoft.Synchronization.dll
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The version is...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 1.0.1215.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Native Client
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Version
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\SQLNCLI10\CurrentVersion
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - The value is... 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 10.0.1600.22
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Windows Server AppFabric
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - ProductVersion
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\AppFabric\V1.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Identity Extensions\Setup\1.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - 
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSIPC\CurrentVersion
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Microsoft WCF Data Services 5.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following string value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Version
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Microsoft WCF Data Services\5.0
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Check whether the following prerequisite is installed:
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Cumulative Update Package 1 for Microsoft AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server (KB2671763)
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - Reading the following DWORD value/name...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - IsInstalled
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - from the following registry location...
    2014-06-20 08:19:04 - SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Updates\AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server\KB2671763
    2014-06-20 08:19:45 - Opening log file
    2014-06-20 08:19:45 - Opened action for user
    2014-06-20 08:19:45 - C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\2\prerequisiteinstaller.2014.06.20-08.18.39.log

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