i created an MSI file of AcrobatReader 7.0 including three patches 7.0.1/7.0.2/7.0.3
MSI Script panel
at the end (execute immediate) i tried to INSTALL from MSI..... or tried to find out how a nested installion work...i failled
is there anyone aware of this an has an solution ?


i got an ERROR1316 by testing to unsinstalkl this MSI package ......what the hell have a I done?????
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Hi galaga

Read about my solution here : http://itninja.com/question/mst-for-adobe-reader-7.0-installing-patches-7.0.1-and-7.0.2?


Hope you will find what you need.

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andler
Answered 09/08/2005 by: andler
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Galaga,

I found this pretty cool web site called RyanVM's which has the Adobe Reader 7.0 with all the updates in one single MSI. Give it a try it worked great for my deployment.
RyanVM's
Answered 10/07/2005 by: langloisc
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String Your Command lines -


CONST PackageName = "AdobeAcrobatReader7"
Const sSource = "c:\winnt\source\"
Const sLog = "c:\winnt\msilogs\"
Const sLogX = ".xp1"
Const sMSIEXEC = "c:\winnt\system32\msiexec.exe /i "

Dim CMDLine(3)
CMDLine(0) = sMSIEXEC & Chr(34) & sSource & PackageName & "\Adobe Reader 7.0.msi" & Chr(34) _
& Chr(32) & "TRANSFORMS="& "AdobeAcrobatReader70-WXP-L-P-001.mst" _
& Chr(32) & "ALLUSERS=1" & Chr(32) & "ROOTDRIVE=C:\ /qb!-"

CMDLine(1) = sMSIEXEC & Chr(34) & sSource & PackageName & "\"
& "Adobe Acrobat Reader 701 Update.msi" & Chr(34) _
& Chr(32) & "ALLUSERS=1" & Chr(32) & "ROOTDRIVE=C:\ /qb!-"

CMDLine(2) = sMSIEXEC & Chr(34) & sSource & PackageName & "\" & "Adobe Acrobat 7.0.2 and Reader 7.0.2 Update.msi" & Chr(34) _
& Chr(32) & "ALLUSERS=1" & Chr(32) & "ROOTDRIVE=C:\ /qb!-"

CMDLine(3) = sMSIEXEC & Chr(34) & sSource & PackageName & "\" & "Adobe Acrobat 7.0.3 and Reader 7.0.3 Update.msi" & Chr(34) _
& Chr(32) & "ALLUSERS=1" & Chr(32) & "ROOTDRIVE=C:\" & Chr(32) & "/l*i " & sLog & LogName4 & sLogX & Chr(32) & "/qb!-"

If TestCMDLines = 1 Then : EchoCmdLines : WScript.quit(1000) : End If
Answered 10/17/2005 by: KentD
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