Has anyone packaged ADOBE InDesign CS3?
The Adobe install has 29 msi's which can not be run on there own.
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More important would be: how are you going to deploy the application?
For a deployment solution supporting command-line your could use the EXE wrapper to install any required module (MSI).
Answered 08/07/2008 by: AngelD
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Would you explain more about this case? This is a common issue with most Adobe products, e.g. Adobe Photoshop CS2, CS3 etc. And as you know, it is always tricky to edit .MSI files created by InstallShield using WPS!

They are several .MSI files that must be installed and deploy these files one by one is not a optimal solution. It is of course possible to create a batch file and install all these files by that, but I think it is better if we could create a Custom Action to do that.

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Answered 08/08/2008 by: mehappy
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I have given up on trying to work with the MSI in favor of a silent untended install.

I found the following on the Adobe site ( Adobe InDesign CS2 ) but it does not work with CS3.

Any experience with this product?

setup.exe /s /v"/qn /L*v MSIInstallLog.txt USERNAME=\"John Doe\" COMPANYNAME=\"Adobe Systems\" SERIALNUMBER=\"123456789012345678901234\" INSTALLDIR=\"C:\Program Files\Adobe\InDesign CS2\""

Answered 08/09/2008 by: DomC
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Answered 08/10/2008 by: AngelD
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I have gotten the installer to run but it spits back error 6 because a component doesn't install. The system log says that "Product: Adobe InDesign CS3 -- Installation operation failed.". Is there a log file generated by the install routine? I don't really have enough info to troubleshoot the reason for the error.
Answered 12/08/2008 by: Trekka
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/223300
Answered 12/08/2008 by: turbokitty
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