I have packaged (Wise) Acrobat Pro 9 and am testing the deployment via SCCM.

As a part of the installation script, I check to see if Acrobat Pro 8x. is installed and if so, uninistall it.

Now for the question....

The uninstall of 8 requires a reboot before the installation of 9 is allowed. At least, this is my experience. Is there any way to get around this within the Acrobat Uninstall\Install process? What would be the proper way to have SCCM handle this if a reboot is required?

I have it pretty much ready for show-time except for this little hinderance.....[:@]

As always,

thanks for the input
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I *do* hope you mean that you have created a transform for Adobe's MSI. If you have re-packaged it, good luck: you'll need it.
Answered 06/22/2009 by: VBScab
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