I followed the instructions from Adobe to create a silent install but when I run the command I receive "Exit code: 1" and nothing installs. Here are the instructions I followed: http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-elements/kb/silent-install-instructions-photoshop-elements-1.html

Thanks in advance!

*****UPDATE*****

I got it to work by editing the setup.ini to this: 

[Launch]

Count=4

Lang0=0009

Lang1=0007

Lang2=040c

Lang3=0011

Default=0009

EnableLangDlg=NO

CommandLine0=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1033.mst ELEMENTS_EN_US=1 ORGANIZER_EN_US=1 /passive /norestart

CommandLine1=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1031.mst ELEMENTS_DE_DE=1 ORGANIZER_DE_DE=1

CommandLine2=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1036.mst ELEMENTS_FR_FR=1 ORGANIZER_FR_FR=1

CommandLine3=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1041.mst ELEMENTS_JA_JP=1 ORGANIZER_JA_JP=1

 

[OEM]

OEM=

DISABLEEMSFEATURES=1

DISABLEOLSFEATURES=1

WATCHSERVICE=1

SERIALNUMBER=

MANUAL=

REBOOT=NO

STARTMENULOCATION=

and then created a batch file that called setup.exe [language pack] [serial number] and then converted that into an executable that ran invisibly. Packaged everything into a .zip and created my managed install. I could have just called the setup.exe with the serial number in the run parameters in KACE but we don't want the serial number to be seen by the techs for each organization we have in KACE. Thanks for everyone's help!

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Check EventViewer and Log Files to identify the issue..

Answered 07/20/2012 by: jagadeish
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  • I got it to run silently but it doesn't not seem to be running the Elements 10 Organizer.msi file so the program shortcuts do not work. If I try to run the organizer.msi seperately it says it must be run from setup.exe. I created the override files and edited the setup.ini file just like the instructions but I modified it a bit to get past the Exit code: 1 error. My setup.ini file is below:
    [Launch]
    Count=4
    Lang0=0009
    Lang1=0007
    Lang2=040c
    Lang3=0011
    Default=0009
    EnableLangDlg=NO
    CommandLine0=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1033.mst ELEMENTS_EN_US=1 ORGANIZER_EN_US=1 SERIALNUMBER=XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX /passive /norestart
    CommandLine1=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1031.mst ELEMENTS_DE_DE=1 ORGANIZER_DE_DE=1
    CommandLine2=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1036.mst ELEMENTS_FR_FR=1 ORGANIZER_FR_FR=1
    CommandLine3=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.msi" TRANSFORMS=1041.mst ELEMENTS_JA_JP=1 ORGANIZER_JA_JP=1

    [OEM]
    OEM=
    DISABLEEMSFEATURES=1
    DISABLEOLSFEATURES=1
    WATCHSERVICE=1
    SERIALNUMBER=
    MANUAL=
    REBOOT=NO
    STARTMENULOCATION=

    I also modified the 1033.mst file to handle the country selection. Then all I run to start the install is: start /wait Setup.exe

    Any ideas why it wouldn't install the organizer part?

    Thanks!
    • pass ISSETUPDRIVEN=1 when executing organizer.msi seperately.
    • I am having the same issue, i know its been a few months but did you get it work? if so how?

      Thanks!
      • I updated my original post with how I got it to work. Sorry for the slow response.
  • Install the package without /passive.. so that you can see the error in GUI..
  • I'm trying to deploy Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 using SCCM wihout luck and looked on the Internet but can't seem to find the write answer. I have updated the setup.ini and created the override xml file but I'm still facing 2 problems. Photoshop is installed successfully but without the organizer and the deployment report in SCCM status is failed with error code 1. Can anyone help, following is the setup.ini file:

    Launch]
    Count=4
    Lang0=0009
    Lang1=0007
    Lang2=040c
    Lang3=0011
    Default=0009
    EnableLangDlg=NO
    CommandLine0=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1033.mst ELEMENTS_EN_US=1 ORGANIZER_EN_US=1 SERIALNUMBER=XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX COUNTRY=244 /qb
    CommandLine1=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1031.mst ELEMENTS_DE_DE=1 ORGANIZER_DE_DE=1
    CommandLine2=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1036.mst ELEMENTS_FR_FR=1 ORGANIZER_FR_FR=1
    CommandLine3=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1041.mst ELEMENTS_JA_JP=1 ORGANIZER_JA_JP=1

    [OEM]
    OEM=
    SERIALNUMBER=
    DISABLEOLSFEATURES=1
    DISABLEEMSFEATURES=1
    WATCHSERVICE=1
    MANUAL=
    REBOOT=NO
    STARTMENULOCATION=

    Kevin Debono
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Have you generated a log file.. Can you see the details in the log file.

Answered 07/22/2012 by: piyushnasa
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One needs to also install the second msi "Elements 10 Organizer.msi" which may be found in folder "ElementsOrganizer". If done this way, the links work.  :-)

have fun!

Answered 02/04/2013 by: cdisde
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I've trying to deploy Adobe PhotoShop Elements 11 via SCCM without luck and I was looking on the Internet but still didn't find a solution.  I have modified the setup.ini and created the override XML file.  It Actually installs successfully but I'm facing 2 problems.  The Organizer component is not installed and even of Photoshop is installed successfully the deployment report status in SCCM is failed with error code 1.  Following is my setup.ini file:

Launch]
Count=4
Lang0=0009
Lang1=0007
Lang2=040c
Lang3=0011
Default=0009
EnableLangDlg=NO
CommandLine0=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1033.mst ELEMENTS_EN_US=1 ORGANIZER_EN_US=1 SERIALNUMBER=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx COUNTRY=244 /qb
CommandLine1=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1031.mst ELEMENTS_DE_DE=1 ORGANIZER_DE_DE=1
CommandLine2=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1036.mst ELEMENTS_FR_FR=1 ORGANIZER_FR_FR=1
CommandLine3=msiexec /i "Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.msi" TRANSFORMS=1041.mst ELEMENTS_JA_JP=1 ORGANIZER_JA_JP=1

[OEM]
OEM=
SERIALNUMBER=
DISABLEOLSFEATURES=1
DISABLEEMSFEATURES=1
WATCHSERVICE=1
MANUAL=
REBOOT=NO
STARTMENULOCATION=

Kevin

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If you had a previous version on the machine it can lead to problems.  I have had to remove 9 completely before 10 would install without little problems.

Answered 07/23/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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