In my environment AdobeAcrobatStnadard 9 version is installed with all default settings.
Now Without disturbing previous installation, i have to add new features microsoftaccess and internet explorer.
i have added these features in mst and again running the script with new mst, but added features are not getting installed on end user machines, only previous installed components once again reinstalling.
How can i resolve this [8|]
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make sure you replace the MST in Installer with your new MST and run the command.
Answered 11/23/2009 by: mekaywe
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What our friend means is that you need to replace the transform cached in %SystemRoot%\Installer\<ProductCode> with your new transform. Obviously, the replacement needs to include the changes made in the original PLUS the additions and/or changes you need.

It might be simpler to install the new features from the command line, using the ADDLOCAL property.
Answered 11/24/2009 by: VBScab
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Thanks :)
but I have copied the mst to %SystemRoot%\Installer\<ProductCode> and run the msi, calling the transform from the sytemroot, but my new added features not getting installed. i am sure that, i have added new features in my mst. Let me know where i haev mistaken..
And i have tried the msi without transform, using ADDLOCAL property, it is working fine. thank you.
Answered 11/24/2009 by: happyshak
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Wait a second, wait a second...

For already-installed instances, I think you'd need to use either ADDLOCAL (if not replacing the cached MST) or REINSTALL/REINSTALLMODE (if you are).
Answered 11/25/2009 by: VBScab
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