Adobe Design Premium CS5

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You can transform the Setup native file in a msi file with Adobe Manager Enterprise :

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/creativesuite/enterprisedeployment.html

After that you can install it only with /quiet switch (the other one don't work):

Install: 'msiexec.exe /i "%Source_Path%\Build\Adobe Creative CS5.msi" /quiet'

Uninstall: 'msiexec.exe /x "%Source_Path%\Build\Adobe Creative CS5.msi" /quiet'

Verify: 'msiexec.exe /fa "%Source_Path%\Build\Adobe Creative CS5.msi" /quiet'

If you don't like the /quiet, you can plug it in a AutoIT script to show a progress bar.

Show Notes section to show how to make a progress bar in AutoIT.
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Use Adobe application manager enterprise edition to create a msi.

Install: Msiexec /i DesignPremium_cs5.msi /quiet

Uninstall: Msiexec /Uninstall DesignPremium_cs5.msi /quiet
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Silent installation for adobce cs5 design premium has changed, no longer does --record=1 work in the same way instead it seems much easier.

You need to launch adobe application manager and build a package using this software. this then creates a package of your deployment in msi format and you can install it silently like so.

<package name>.msi /quiet

I am not sure in /qb or /qn will work but the XML deployment option that was in cs4 seems to be gone from CS5, focus your efforts towards Adobe Application Manager. I assume it is the same for all adobe products.
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Example of progress bar in AutoIT to avoid the blank of /quiet msi option.

Run('msiexec.exe /i "%Source_Path%\Build\Adobe Creative CS5.msi" /quiet')
ProgressOn("Installation of Adobe Design Premium CS5", "your message", "your message" & @LF & "your message", 10, 10)
ProcessWait("Setup.exe") ; note that if not msiexec
DO
For $i = 0 to 100 step 1
sleep(4000)
ProgressSet( $i )
If $i > 10 and ProcessExists("Setup.exe") = 0 Then
$i = 100
ProgressSet( $i )
sleep(5000)
ProgressOff()
Endif
Next
UNTIL ProcessExists("Setup.exe") = 0
ProgressOff()
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Further to DarlCells Notes. You can still use --record to create install.xml and application.xml.override files for deployment. I found that I was unable to add a file and some properties to the MSI that the Adobe Application Manager created, so had to use a wrapper and the xml files.

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