When opening an InfoPath form from SharePoint 2007 or 2010 with Office 365 (2013) click to run installed the form opens in IE as XML not in the InfoPath client as it should.
When opening Office documents from SharePoint 2007 or 2010 with Office 365 (2013) click to run installed the open click in IE results in error:
"The document could not be opened for editing. A Microsoft SharePoint Foundation compatible application could not be found to edit the document"
The cause is that all the files and settings for the Office IE add-ons are not present.
If you install the "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Support" feature then the issues go away.
Detailed Workaround steps:
First, download SharePoint Designer 2013 from here:
Extract the SharePointdesigner_32bit.EXE to access the source files:
Access the Office Customization Tool (OCT) by running the /admin switch:
Once inside the OCT, navigate to the “Set Feature Installation states” on the left, and set all features to 1) Not available, 2) Hidden, 3) Locked as such:
File > Save the MSP file that gets created by the OCT and place it into the “Updates” folder that is included with your previously extracted source.
Now you can simply double click Setup.exe, push out a batch file that calls setup from a network location, or use a software distribution tool like SCCM to push out the fix.