Hi Guys,
Having some trouble suppressing the License agreement for this one.
Anybody have similar probs.
Have checked install log. Imported registry changes. Changed property values, etc.
Any input appreciated
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Did you try to run VBscabs favorite tool, Procmon, while accepting the Eula?

Most likely it's reg.key or db file.

Anyway, it's a great tool and should provide you with the answer.

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Answered 11/12/2007 by: gizsha
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Hi gizsha,
db file it is, thanks for that.
All praise procmon
Answered 11/13/2007 by: oreillyr
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Hi oreillyr

how did you exactly solve this. Which file is it?
I have exactly the same issue.

Thanks
Answered 02/28/2008 by: chroeti
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It looks like the information is stored in the cache.db in %CommonFilesDir%\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache

Hope that helps
Answered 03/17/2008 by: Mtheis
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After creating the .xml file according to this website

http://itninja.com/link/silent-install-instructions-for-photoshop-elements-6-(aoo-volume-license-version-on-windows)

add the following key after <Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>

it worked for me.... now i only gotta disable the Adobe Photo Downloader
Answered 04/04/2008 by: hasaanbhutta
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