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Hi Guys,

I am working on Adobe Creative Suite 2. The application consists of a Setup.exe which install several other MSIs. I tried looking for one MSI which does the calling as a nested MSI installation. But i guess it is not present. But on second thoughts, I feel there should be one, as I did encountered the same thing is done by a Bootstrapping MSI in Adobe CS3.
I would appreciate if you guys could help.

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Answered 05/08/2008 by: axsysbabu
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Answered 05/08/2008 by: dpolishsensation
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ORIGINAL: India_Repackaging
I feel there should be one
There's your mistake, right there: expecting consistency from vendors.

Given the many, many discussions here about creating stubs for installing multiple MSIs, rather than nesting them, my conclusion has to be - not unreasonably, IMV - that the EXE you have is exactly that - a simple stub which extracts and then runs MSIExec against those MSIs.
Answered 05/08/2008 by: VBScab
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Hi Rajit,
do not CS2 know exactly, but several packages like PS, AI, etc.
They have all their own MSI, which in turn are calling sub-packages like Bridge, Help Center, Stock Photo, etc.
But they are no easy going at all.
See: http://itninja.com/link/run-a-silent-installation-of-adobe-creative-suite-2.0
And: http://itninja.com/link/run-a-silent-installation-of-adobe-creative-suite-2.0

Regards, Nick
Answered 05/08/2008 by: nheim
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Hello Friends,

Adobe CS2 has been cancelled by the client and now they'd be now sending Adobe CS3 [:D].

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Answered 05/12/2008 by: India_Repackaging
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