I'm trying to create a package for Illustrator CS4 to install in one go remotely without the user having to do anything. I've tried amending the install.xml file to include the serial number, but when i run the setup.exe file it keeps getting stuck on the serial number page, asking the user to enter it manually.

Does anyone know what i'm doing wrong? I've included the script for the .xml file.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Deployment>
<Payloads>
<Payload adobeCode="{7F60FD0C-F2FF-433A-A91C-EC76152DEF05}">
<Action>install</Action>
</Payload>
</Payloads>
<Properties>
<Property name="INSTALLDIR">C:\Program Files\Adobe</Property>
<Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>
<Property name="serial number">????-????-????-????-????-????</Property>
</Properties>
</Deployment>
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Are you shure the property "serial number" is correct?
In our Photoshop CS4 xml-file the property looks like "serialNumber".
In Photoshopelements7 the property "Serial" is used.......
Answered 10/30/2009 by: SlayerTOM
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If you're unsure of the property name, you can always use the CS4 Deployment Toolkit:

CS4 Deployment Toolkit on Adobe Website
Answered 11/02/2009 by: Rheuvel
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Thanks for all your help people. I've managed to package it using the Deployment Toolkit. Once you enter what you want customized in the toolkit, it spits out two xml files, one install and one uninstall. It works a treat now.
Answered 11/05/2009 by: harkmeister
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