I'm trying to repackage Elements 7 and can't seem to figure out how to supress the registration from popping up.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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Kindly give full details on what registration screen you are getting and what tool you are using to repackage.

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Answered 10/10/2008 by: zipsantro
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Kindly give full details on what registration screen you are getting and what tool you are using to repackage ...and what would you do with that information?!? Curious to know what relevance that has...

I've managed to avoid Adobe Hell so far but AFAIK, Adobe produces a customisation tool for each of its product families. I'd look into obtaining the one for Photoshop Elements and using that to create a custom package. I'd also imagine that, in order to suppress the registration, you'd need to supply a valid license key/serial number.

Equally, as ever, the tools to help you do this job are within easy reach. http://itninja.com/link/silent-install-instructions-for-photoshop-elements-6-(aoo-volume-license-version-on-windows). Although the link is for v6, I wouldn't imagine v7 would be wildly different.
Answered 10/10/2008 by: VBScab
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I'm in the same boat. Well, similar. I've managed to get rid of the Registration window that appears, but that has now been replaced with the EULA screen. Can't get it to work so both do not appear!

I added my Serial number into setup.ini and used the application.xml.override file that I'd been using with Elements 6 (obviously altered the Serial Number in that too)

I found that setup.ini without the serial number in showed the Registration screen after install, but no EULA.
Adding the Serial into setup.ini stopped the Registration screen from appearing, but now shows EULA.
I've altered what seem to me to be the appropriate EULA settings in the .MSI file but with no luck.
Answered 10/20/2008 by: craigj
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Hello peeps!

I have found that http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/406/kb406822.html is good, but not right. If you change the line "<Data key="EULADelay">0</Data>" to "<Data key="EULADelay">-1</Data>" that should do it!

Hope it works for you.

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Answered 09/01/2009 by: a70sdude
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Kindly give full details on what registration screen you are getting and what tool you are using to repackage

noticed that as well

an experienced packager can use any repackaging tool ie wise , IS etc
Answered 09/01/2009 by: cygan
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