Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone has distributed Adobe CS3/CS4 with group policys. To create a silent install command is no problem and from there its no problem to distribute with SMS, but what if i wanted to distribute with group policys that only wants to distribute .msi's?

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One of the principal reasons why my current client is having to get up to speed with SCCM is because of the brain-dead move to this form of "packaging". Quite what's wrong with using MSIs with MSTs escapes me...
Answered 10/02/2009 by: VBScab
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Answered 10/02/2009 by: michaelnowell
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I'm following those instructions on how to deploy with group policy, but I don't understand this step:

Depending on the language that you're installing as you'll need to install the relevant language files for each of the main applications. These language files figured out from the following files (these are for en_US). I bundled each of these up into their own msi's and added them onto the end of the list above.

Can you explain that? How did you bundle these up exactly?
Answered 10/20/2009 by: asforme
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