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I am working on Adobe Reader 9. It has 2 more msi's in it, Acrobat.com and Adobe AIR. I have created an mst for reader which installs sucessfully but facing problems with the other two msi. Any Idea.
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ORIGINAL: WiseNdMe
I am working on Adobe Reader 9. It has 2 more msi's in it, Acrobat.com and Adobe AIR. I have created an mst for reader which installs sucessfully but facing problems with the other two msi. Any Idea.



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Answered 08/13/2008 by: reds4eva
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If you dont need the Air you can download the install of Adobe's FTP site...sorry havent got the link to hand.
Answered 08/13/2008 by: Thegunner
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Hi Wise...
don't see the problem here.
First: There are no other MSI's in there! I see "AcroRead.msi", that's all.
Just use "AcroRead.msi" + "Data1.cab" and drop the other stuff.
Nobody uses AIR at the moment, so no pressure to install it.
And you won't people have storing there company files on "Adobe.com", i think....
You can use the enterprise installer, it comes without this extra stuff. See here:
ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/9.x/9.0/enu/
Regards, Nick
Answered 08/14/2008 by: nheim
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Just checking, but did you use Adobe's Enterprise Customisation Wizard tool - found at

http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3993

to generate your transform ?

(as suggested in Related Links of this Appdeploy Package KnowledgeBase article)

http://itninja.com/link/adobe-reader-9

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Spartacus
Answered 08/14/2008 by: spartacus
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