What I want:

1. Use MDT 2010 to deploy adobe acrobat 9 standard
2. Installs ver 9 and then updates it to 9.5 automatically.
3. Uses the MST file which I create using the customization wizard.
4. During initial install of ver 9, it prompts me for a serial # to input since I have 15 retail copies of ver 9 and they serials are all diff.

I have read the package KB on this site but I can't seem to find the solution (either because some of the suggestions don't work or no one has shared their success that has a similar setup that I'm trying to do)
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1. Use MDT 2010 to deploy adobe acrobat 9 standard
I don't know MDT at all so can't help you there.

2. Installs ver 9 and then updates it to 9.5 automatically.
I would suggest creating an Administrative Installation Point and updating that, then deploy from the AIP.

3. Uses the MST file which I create using the customization wizard.
Just use the TRANSFORMS property added to the command line call to MSIEXEC.EXE.

4. During initial install of ver 9, it prompts me for a serial # to input since I have 15 retail copies of ver 9 and they serials are all diff.
I don't know what Adobe's pricing or licensing model is like but would you have been better off to have purchased a 15-license Enterprise version? With the retail version, you're going to have to create a script of some kind which assigns one of the serial numbers to a particular machine (I imagine Acrobat is licensed per-machine, not per-user).
Answered 03/15/2012 by: VBScab
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