Adobe Photoshop CS3

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Installing the basics of Photoshop CS3

For installing Photoshop CS3 you need 3 MSIÂ’s to run without facing errors. Search the MSI's in the payload folder on your CD and copy the entire directory to local disk. The MSI's you need:

- AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi
- AdobeVersionCueClient3All.msi
- AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.msi

Before installing these MSI’s you need 2 files from the deployment installation. Install Photoshop CS3 as Adobe describes (setup.exe –mode=Silent –deploymentFile=file.xml).

Locate the files C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache\cache.db and c:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS3\AMT\application.xml. The cache.db file contains your serial info and the application.xml file suppresses the activation screen.

Edit the en_US.mst file and add the cache.db file to the Adobe_Feature_id17852592 and add the file application.xml to the en_US_applicationxml feature.

Now you are ready to install the MSI files, but beware to set 2 properties. You need to set the ADOBE_SETUP property to 1 or youÂ’ll need the setup.exe. You also need to set the property UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE to 1 otherwise the MSI installer stops during the install. Do this for all MSI's

Install the license service:
MSIEXEC /i AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi ADOBE_SEUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

You need this for double-clicking the background screen for opening a document:
MSIEXEC /i AdobeVersionCueClient3All.msi ADOBE_SEUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

And the installation of Adobe Photoshop CS3
MSIEXEC /i AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.msi TRANSFORMS="en_US.mst" /qb

NOTE that the 2 properties are set in the mst file.

Last thing is to start the FlexNet service. Type services.msc in start > run to start.

If you need to install any other application/plugin from the payload folder, just add the 2 properties to the MSI and execute it.
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Installing the basics of Photoshop CS3

For installing Photoshop CS3 you need 3 MSI’s to run without facing errors. Search the MSI's in the payload folder on your CD and copy the entire directory to local disk. The MSI's you need:

- AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi
- AdobeVersionCueClient3All.msi
- AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.msi

Before installing these MSI’s you need 2 files from the deployment installation. Install Photoshop CS3 as Adobe describes (setup.exe –mode=Silent –deploymentFile=file.xml).

Locate the files C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache\cache.db and c:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS3\AMT\application.xml. The cache.db file contains your serial info and the application.xml file suppresses the activation screen.

Edit the en_US.mst file and add the cache.db file to the Adobe_Feature_id17852592 and add the file application.xml to the en_US_applicationxml feature.

Now you are ready to install the MSI files, but beware to set 2 properties. You need to set the ADOBE_SETUP property to 1 or you’ll need the setup.exe. You also need to set the property UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE to 1 otherwise the MSI installer stops during the install. Do this for all MSI's

Install the license service:
MSIEXEC /i AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi ADOBE_SEUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

You need this for double-clicking the background screen for opening a document:
MSIEXEC /i AdobeVersionCueClient3All.msi ADOBE_SEUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

And the installation of Adobe Photoshop CS3
MSIEXEC /i AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.msi TRANSFORMS="en_US.mst" /qb

NOTE that the 2 properties are set in the mst file.

Last thing is to start the FlexNet service. Type services.msc in start > run to start.

If you need to install any other application/plugin from the payload folder, just add the 2 properties to the MSI and execute it.
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This is how I created an SVS layer that I could install on more than workstation.

This method is also applicable for any of the other Creative Suite applications.

1. Copy the Adobe CS3 folder from the installation disc to a local drive.

2. Rename the Adobe CS3 folder that youÂ’ve just copied to Photoshop.

3. Edit the setup.xml file (using notepad) that resides in the root of the payloads folder by replacing all "Adobe CS3" entries with "Photoshop". This will prevent error code 4 from occurring.

4. Browse to the payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume folder.

5. Select the file AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.Proxy.xml and edit with notepad. Use the find function to find the <Requires> entry.

6. Delete everything contained within the 2 <requires> entries, (Including the <requires> limiters), and save the file. This allows you to select which component parts of the application to install.

7. Browse to the root folder in a command prompt where the setup.exe file resides, (should be C:\Photoshop), and type: setup.exe --record=1

8. This performs a record of the installation without actually installing the software. This allows you to select the components you want to install. Some of the components are critical so care needs to be taken when selecting components.

9. The recording process creates 2 XML files, one for installation and one for removal. Rename the 2 files install.xml and uninstall.xml and copy them to the root of your setup folder.

10. Create a file named application.xml.override inside the application payload folder. Edit the file with the following

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key="Serial" protected="0">xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</Data>
<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>
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</Payload>
</Configuration>

11. Create a snapshop and run the installation using the following command:
Setup.exe --mode=silent --deploymentFile=C:\Photoshop\install.xml

12. Save the snapshot and export your layer.

13. Then add to your layer by installing the FLEXnet Licensing Service. The msi for this can be found in the payloads\ AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll folder. Use the following command line. Msiexec /i AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi ADOBE_SETUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

This method works perfectly,but does have a downside as the ability to auto repair will have been removed.
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Virtualization
This is how I created an SVS layer that I could install on more than workstation.

This method is also applicable for any of the other Creative Suite applications.

1. Copy the Adobe CS3 folder from the installation disc to a local drive.

2. Rename the Adobe CS3 folder that you’ve just copied to Photoshop.

3. Edit the setup.xml file (using notepad) that resides in the root of the payloads folder by replacing all "Adobe CS3" entries with "Photoshop". This will prevent error code 4 from occurring.

4. Browse to the payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume folder.

5. Select the file AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.Proxy.xml and edit with notepad. Use the find function to find the <Requires> entry.

6. Delete everything contained within the 2 <requires> entries, (Including the <requires> limiters), and save the file. This allows you to select which component parts of the application to install.

7. Browse to the root folder in a command prompt where the setup.exe file resides, (should be C:\Photoshop), and type: setup.exe --record=1

8. This performs a record of the installation without actually installing the software. This allows you to select the components you want to install. Some of the components are critical so care needs to be taken when selecting components.

9. The recording process creates 2 XML files, one for installation and one for removal. Rename the 2 files install.xml and uninstall.xml and copy them to the root of your setup folder.

10. Create a file named application.xml.override inside the application payload folder. Edit the file with the following

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key="Serial" protected="0">xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</Data>
<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>
Enterprise Deployment Options
</Payload>
</Configuration>

11. Create a snapshop and run the installation using the following command:
Setup.exe --mode=silent --deploymentFile=C:\Photoshop\install.xml

12. Save the snapshot and export your layer.

13. Then add to your layer by installing the FLEXnet Licensing Service. The msi for this can be found in the payloads\ AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll folder. Use the following command line. Msiexec /i AdobeALMAnchorServiceAll.msi ADOBE_SETUP=1 UPGRADINGPRODUCTCODE=1 /qb

This method works perfectly,but does have a downside as the ability to auto repair will have been removed.
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For a silent install of Photoshop CS3 first create a file called application.xml.override that contains the following

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<Configuration>

<Payload>

<Data key="Serial" protected="0">111XXXyour S/N no dashes</Data>

<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>

</Payload>

</Configuration>

Save this file in the \\server\share\payloads\AdobeDreamweaver9en_USVolume directory

This file provides the S/N info and suppresses the EULA, registration, and turns off automatic updates.

To install silently from the command line use the following

"\\server\share\setup.exe" --mode=Silent -–deploymentFile=\\server\share\deployment.xml

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If you are creating your "application.xml.override" file and copying and pasting from the "cs3_deployment.pdf" to your application.override.xml file, be sure to replace the double-quotes from the pdf. Adobe uses different double-qoutes which won't work.

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Put Adobe in its place.

To get photoshop shortcuts to install in an "Adobe" sub-folder of the Start Menu, you can add this to the Deployment.xml file.

<Property name="StartMenuSubFolder">C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Adobe</Property>

Or set this property in the required msi files, but this is much easier. This works for illustrator and other apps in the CS3 suites.
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For a silent install of Photoshop CS3 first create a file called application.xml.override that contains the following

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<Configuration>

<Payload>

<Data key="Serial" protected="0">111XXXyour S/N no dashes</Data>

<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>

</Payload>

</Configuration>

Save this file in the \\server\share\payloads\AdobeDreamweaver9en_USVolume directory

This file provides the S/N info and suppresses the EULA, registration, and turns off automatic updates.

To install silently from the command line use the following

"\\server\share\setup.exe" --mode=Silent -–deploymentFile=\\server\share\deployment.xml

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Adobe Photoshop CS3 silent install / Payload deployment data is invalid or missing / Invalid deployment file

1. Read the document "CS3_deployment.pdf" carefully

Caveats :

a) The document structure and content leave a lot to be desired.
b) If you do a text copy of sample files from the pdf document, for e.g. application.xml.override file contains the following double quotes character ” which you might want to change to a standard double quotes ".

2.Simple steps to make a silent install

The command line is

setup.exe --mode=silent --deploymentFile="<%DriveLetter%>:\<directory containing setup.exe>\deployment.xml

The caveats

a) No relative path names. Use the absolute path names with the drive letter. Maintain the same directory structure as on the original download / CD / DVD install. I have read in forums that the install supports UNCs but I'd had problems getting that to work.

b) The switch "--deploymentFile" is case sensitive i.e. the 'F' should be in upper caps. Remember to use two hyphens "--".

c) The XML files


After getting everything else in place, I was still getting the below error message

FATAL
Exception: Payload deployment data is invalid or missing
Exit code: 7

The reason : My download of Photoshop CS3 was missing the "uninstall.xml" file. It did have the deployment.xml file though. Just copy the deployment.xml file and rename to "uninstall.xml".

For the silent install to work, the directory that contains the setup.exe should have two identical files with names "deployment.xml" and "uninstall.xml".

a) deployment.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Deployment>
<Properties>
<Property name="INSTALLDIR">C:\Program Files\Adobe</Property>
<Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>
</Properties>
<Payloads>
<Payload adobeCode="{xxxxxxxx-xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}">
<Action>install</Action>
</Payload>
</Payloads>
</Deployment>

b) uninstall.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Deployment>
<Properties>
<Property name="INSTALLDIR">C:\Program Files\Adobe</Property>
<Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>
</Properties>
<Payloads>
<Payload adobeCode="{xxxxxxxx-xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}">
<Action>install</Action>
</Payload>
</Payloads>
</Deployment>


3. Preserialization and suppression settings : Thats the name for users not getting prompted for
Serial key, Registration and Updates.

I found that the pdf documentation is adequate (if you are mindful of the issue with the quotes character mentioned earlier). This does not affect the silent install iteslf but is related to post install config.

Put below file "application.xml.override" in the path \payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key="Serial" protected="0">1234serialnumberhere1234</Data>
<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>
</Payload>
</Configuration>
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Silent Install Method

Run Setup.exe with --record=1 option, run through the quick recorded install, grab the two files it spits out at the end and throw them up on the server. Rename them to install.xml and remove.xml (respectively).

With this done, create the application.xml.override as the PDF explained and put it in the proper location (making sure you have the proper quotation marks!). It should be the value of Driver folder indicated in the payloads/Setup.xml.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<Configuration>

<Payload>

<Data key="Serial" protected="0">111XXXyour S/N no dashes</Data>

<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>

<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>

</Payload>

</Configuration>

Run the silent install again pointing to the full path for "install.xml" and you're all set. For my setup the command line I run is [Setup.exe --mode=Silent --deploymentFile=".\install.xml"] without the brackets.

Silent Uninstall Method

To run a silent uninstall I copy the remove.xml to the %TEMP% directory on the machine and run the following command line ["C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\aef45239e3987fdf2a5e406d559eb22\Setup.exe" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="%temp%\remove.xml"] without the brackets. Note that i'm running the Setup.exe from the installSourcePath value indicated in the install.xml.

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Adobe Photoshop CS3 silent install / Payload deployment data is invalid or missing / Invalid deployment file

1. Read the document "CS3_deployment.pdf" carefully

Caveats :

a) The document structure and content leave a lot to be desired.
b) If you do a text copy of sample files from the pdf document, for e.g. application.xml.override file contains the following double quotes character ” which you might want to change to a standard double quotes ".

2.Simple steps to make a silent install

The command line is

setup.exe --mode=silent --deploymentFile="<%DriveLetter%>:\<directory containing setup.exe>\deployment.xml

The caveats

a) No relative path names. Use the absolute path names with the drive letter. Maintain the same directory structure as on the original download / CD / DVD install. I have read in forums that the install supports UNCs but I'd had problems getting that to work.

b) The switch "--deploymentFile" is case sensitive i.e. the 'F' should be in upper caps. Remember to use two hyphens "--".

c) The XML files


After getting everything else in place, I was still getting the below error message

FATAL
Exception: Payload deployment data is invalid or missing
Exit code: 7

The reason : My download of Photoshop CS3 was missing the "uninstall.xml" file. It did have the deployment.xml file though. Just copy the deployment.xml file and rename to "uninstall.xml".

For the silent install to work, the directory that contains the setup.exe should have two identical files with names "deployment.xml" and "uninstall.xml".

a) deployment.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Deployment>
<Properties>
<Property name="INSTALLDIR">C:\Program Files\Adobe</Property>
<Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>
</Properties>
<Payloads>
<Payload adobeCode="{xxxxxxxx-xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}">
<Action>install</Action>
</Payload>
</Payloads>
</Deployment>

b) uninstall.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Deployment>
<Properties>
<Property name="INSTALLDIR">C:\Program Files\Adobe</Property>
<Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>
</Properties>
<Payloads>
<Payload adobeCode="{xxxxxxxx-xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}">
<Action>install</Action>
</Payload>
</Payloads>
</Deployment>


3. Preserialization and suppression settings : Thats the name for users not getting prompted for
Serial key, Registration and Updates.

I found that the pdf documentation is adequate (if you are mindful of the issue with the quotes character mentioned earlier). This does not affect the silent install iteslf but is related to post install config.

Put below file "application.xml.override" in the path \payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key="Serial" protected="0">1234serialnumberhere1234</Data>
<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>
</Payload>
</Configuration>
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Technical paper
Enterprise Deployment Options for Adobe

Deployment overview
This document describes the options for configuring and silently installing and uninstalling Adobe Photoshop CS 3 edition and component volume licenses in an enterprise environment. Retail licensed software cannot be configured or installed silently.

The following editions and components are supported by this workflow:

· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium • Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Standard • Adobe Illustrator CS3
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium • Adobe InCopy CS3
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Standard • Adobe InDesign CS3
· Adobe After Effects CS3 • Adobe Photoshop CS3
· Adobe Contribute CS3 • Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended
· Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 • Adobe Premiere Pro CS3
· Adobe Fireworks CS3 • Adobe Soundbooth CS3

* *The serial number dictates to the install what type of install – enterprise or stand alone the package is. For photoshop the serial number tells the installer service if it is an extended or standard package that is installed.

Unzip the application to a share folder and identify the driver payload folder.

Open the installation folder to apply preserialization and suppression settings. An installation folder contains the setup programs (Setup.exe and Setup.app) and all of the other files for installing or uninstalling.

Generate the .xml files
(What Adobe never documented)
Execute the following line setup.exe --record=1 to generate two XML files that you will copy in the payload folder.
Execute the line and go through the UI workflow.
Copy the deployment file created to the payload location.


Create the application.xml.override file
In their documentation Adobe suggests that you create the override file by copying the xml from their PDF to a notepad. This creates issues.

1 Open a text editor, such as Notepad.
2 Type (DO NOT COPY) the following XML script:

<?xml version=”1.0” encoding=”utf-8”?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key=”Serial” protected=”0”>10611049374654XXXXXXX</Data>
<Data key=”Registration”>Suppress</Data>
<Data key=”EULA”>Suppress</Data>
<Data key=”Updates”>Suppress</Data>

** Enterprise Deployment Options
</Payload>
</Configuration>

Between <Payload> and </Payload>, choose any or all of the following data keys:
To add pre-serialization, include:
<Data key=”Serial” protected=”0”>Edition serial number (No Hyphens)</Data>
To suppress the UI registration prompts, include:
<Data key=”Registration”>Suppress</Data>
To suppress the UI EULA, include:
<Data key=”EULA”>Suppress</Data>
To suppress automatic updates, include:
<Data key=”Updates”>Suppress/Data>

Save the file in the main payload folder noted earlier.



Creating the silent install cmd file

Command line:

Path\Setup --mode=Silent --deploymentFile=path \payloads\install.xml


"%~DP0setup" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="%~DP0payloads\install.xml"


Note the absence of spaces.

Many applications can cause the silent install to fail. For example Internet explorer, Adobe Reader,Bridge, Photoshop, AdobeUpdater. These applications need to be closed before the installs runs.


VBript to close offending applications:
' VBScript Source File -- Created with SAPIEN Technologies PrimalScript 4.1
'
' NAME: Michel *************
' AUTHOR: ITS , *************************
' DATE : 26/06/2007
'
'==========================================================================
Option Explicit
Dim objWMIService, objProcess, colProcess
Dim strComputer, strProcessKill1, strProcessKill2, strProcessKill3, strProcessKill4, strProcessKill5, strProcessKill6
strComputer = "."
strProcessKill1 = "'AcroRd32.exe'"
strProcessKill2 = "'iexplore.exe'"
strProcessKill3 = "'Bridge.exe'"
strProcessKill4 = "'Photoshop.exe'"
strProcessKill5 = "'AdobeUpdater.exe'"
strProcessKill6 = " Reader-sl.exe"

Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _
& "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" _
& strComputer & "\root\cimv2")

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill1)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill2)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill3)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill4)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill5)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill6)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next


WScript.Quit
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Something I noticed when deploying Adobe Fireworks CS3, which this method supports, is that the command line to start the install is case sensitive! I had numerous Error Code 7's before I decided to write the command letter for letter.

A capital S in Silent and a capital F in deploymentFile seemed to do the trick!
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Technical paper
Enterprise Deployment Options for Adobe

Deployment overview
This document describes the options for configuring and silently installing and uninstalling Adobe Photoshop CS 3 edition and component volume licenses in an enterprise environment. Retail licensed software cannot be configured or installed silently.

The following editions and components are supported by this workflow:

· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium • Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Standard • Adobe Illustrator CS3
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium • Adobe InCopy CS3
· Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Standard • Adobe InDesign CS3
· Adobe After Effects CS3 • Adobe Photoshop CS3
· Adobe Contribute CS3 • Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended
· Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 • Adobe Premiere Pro CS3
· Adobe Fireworks CS3 • Adobe Soundbooth CS3

* *The serial number dictates to the install what type of install – enterprise or stand alone the package is. For photoshop the serial number tells the installer service if it is an extended or standard package that is installed.

Unzip the application to a share folder and identify the driver payload folder.

Open the installation folder to apply preserialization and suppression settings. An installation folder contains the setup programs (Setup.exe and Setup.app) and all of the other files for installing or uninstalling.

Generate the .xml files
(What Adobe never documented)
Execute the following line setup.exe --record=1 to generate two XML files that you will copy in the payload folder.
Execute the line and go through the UI workflow.
Copy the deployment file created to the payload location.


Create the application.xml.override file
In their documentation Adobe suggests that you create the override file by copying the xml from their PDF to a notepad. This creates issues.

1 Open a text editor, such as Notepad.
2 Type (DO NOT COPY) the following XML script:

<?xml version=”1.0” encoding=”utf-8”?>
<Configuration>
<Payload>
<Data key=”Serial” protected=”0”>10611049374654XXXXXXX</Data>
<Data key=”Registration”>Suppress</Data>
<Data key=”EULA”>Suppress</Data>
<Data key=”Updates”>Suppress</Data>

** Enterprise Deployment Options
</Payload>
</Configuration>

Between <Payload> and </Payload>, choose any or all of the following data keys:
To add pre-serialization, include:
<Data key=”Serial” protected=”0”>Edition serial number (No Hyphens)</Data>
To suppress the UI registration prompts, include:
<Data key=”Registration”>Suppress</Data>
To suppress the UI EULA, include:
<Data key=”EULA”>Suppress</Data>
To suppress automatic updates, include:
<Data key=”Updates”>Suppress/Data>

Save the file in the main payload folder noted earlier.



Creating the silent install cmd file

Command line:

Path\Setup --mode=Silent --deploymentFile=path \payloads\install.xml


"%~DP0setup" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="%~DP0payloads\install.xml"


Note the absence of spaces.

Many applications can cause the silent install to fail. For example Internet explorer, Adobe Reader,Bridge, Photoshop, AdobeUpdater. These applications need to be closed before the installs runs.


VBript to close offending applications:
' VBScript Source File -- Created with SAPIEN Technologies PrimalScript 4.1
'
' NAME: Michel *************
' AUTHOR: ITS , *************************
' DATE : 26/06/2007
'
'==========================================================================
Option Explicit
Dim objWMIService, objProcess, colProcess
Dim strComputer, strProcessKill1, strProcessKill2, strProcessKill3, strProcessKill4, strProcessKill5, strProcessKill6
strComputer = "."
strProcessKill1 = "'AcroRd32.exe'"
strProcessKill2 = "'iexplore.exe'"
strProcessKill3 = "'Bridge.exe'"
strProcessKill4 = "'Photoshop.exe'"
strProcessKill5 = "'AdobeUpdater.exe'"
strProcessKill6 = " Reader-sl.exe"

Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _
& "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" _
& strComputer & "\root\cimv2")

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill1)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill2)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill3)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill4)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill5)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next

Set colProcess = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = " & strProcessKill6)
For Each objProcess in colProcess
objProcess.Terminate()
Next


WScript.Quit
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Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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yup...it's time to publish it......guys carry out this method for adobe photshop version 10.0 cs3


The following steps involved here are mentioned below.

1. Take a blank msi where in you have to add an embedded vb script for installating silent setup for the exe.
The command line to install the application is
"source\adobe cs3\setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="source\adobe cs3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.install.xml"
here the source indicates c:\ or d:\ where the source folder is kept.
similarly the command line for uninstallation of the application is
"source\adobe cs3\setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="source\adobe cs3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml"


2. How we write a embedded vb script in the msi script
under execute immediate before intallfinalize.

if NOT installed then
call VBscript from embedded code(installation)
end

under this vb script you have to set the source path and execute the external vbscript .The vb script which is embedded is mentioned below.

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
strpath = Session.Property("SOURCEDIR")
systempath = objFSO.getspecialfolder(1)
Executingpath = systempath & "\Cscript.exe /s " & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe CS3\install.vbs" & chr(34)
Set wshShell1 = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Set wshshell = Nothing

3. The external vb script logic contains vb script calling the setup.exe in the silent mode and deleting the arp entry which is generated by the setup.exe and the setup.exe is executed with the above mentioned command line. The following vb script named as install.vbs and kept under adobe cs3 folder

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set objApp = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
Dim objApp
strpath = wscript.ScriptFullName
strPath = left(strpath, InStrRev(strpath, "\"))
Executingpath = chr(34) & strpath & "Setup.exe" & chr(34) & " --mode=silent --deploymentFile=" & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe Photoshop CS3.install.xml" & chr(34)
Set wshShell = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Do While oExec.Status = 0
DisplayEnddialog
Loop
Function DisplayEndDialog()
Const wshYesNoDialog = 0
Const wshQuestionMark = 64
Dim intval
intval = 0
intval = WshShell.Popup("Installing Adobe_Adobe Photoshop_CS3_ENG_1.0.0", _
5, "Installing",wshYesNoDialog + wshQuestionMark)

End function
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe_719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1 /f"

set wshShell = nothing
Set objFSO = nothing
set objApp = nothing


4. Handling the unistallation part in the package

Create a custom action under execute immediate after installinitialize

If remove=”ALL” then
Execute program from destination cmd.exe /c delete.bat default directory program Files\common files(unistallation)
End.

Create the following files

a. Delete.bat
b. uninstall.vbs
c. Deletefiles.exe

and include these files in the c:\program Files\common files in the blank msi.

a. what exactly the delete.bat file contains .The logic behind this bat file is to executes the vbscript which is installed under c:\program files\common files\unistall.vbs and the next step is to execute the wisescript that is deletefiles.exe which is ment for clean uninstallation after the vb script running for silent unistallation for that exe.

cscript.exe /s "c:\Program Files\Common Files\Uninstall.vbs"
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\DelFiles.EXE" /S
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Uninstall.vbs"
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\DelFiles.EXE"
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\delete.bat"

b.what uinstall.vbs contains

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
strpath = wscript.ScriptFullName
strPath = left(strpath, InStrRev(strpath, "\"))
Executingpath = chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe\Installers\719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1\Setup.exe" & chr(34) & " --mode=silent --deploymentFile=" & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe\Installers\719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml" & chr(34)
Set wshShell = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Do While oExec.Status = 0
DisplayEnddialog
Loop
'objFSO.deletefile(strPath & "\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml")
'objFSO.deletefile(strPath & "\Deployment.xml")
'Execu = "c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe /c " & chr(34) & strpath & "delete.bat" & chr(34)
'set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Execu)
set wshShell = nothing
Dim objApp
Set objApp = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Macrovision /f"
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE " & chr(34) & "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Apple Computer, Inc." & chr(34) & " /f"
Function DisplayEndDialog()
Const wshYesNoDialog = 0
Const wshQuestionMark = 64
Dim intval
intval = 0
intval = WshShell.Popup("Uninstalling Adobe_Adobe Photoshop_CS3_ENG_1.0.0", _
5, "Uninstalling",wshYesNoDialog + wshQuestionMark)
End function

c.deletefiles
write a wisescript and delete all files and folder related to application after uninstallation of silent setup and add in the package and execute it through the batfile.


This is how the package works with the blank msi with silent installation and unistallation.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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yup...it's time to publish it......guys carry out this method for adobe photshop version 10.0 cs3


The following steps involved here are mentioned below.

1. Take a blank msi where in you have to add an embedded vb script for installating silent setup for the exe.
The command line to install the application is
"source\adobe cs3\setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="source\adobe cs3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.install.xml"
here the source indicates c:\ or d:\ where the source folder is kept.
similarly the command line for uninstallation of the application is
"source\adobe cs3\setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="source\adobe cs3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml"


2. How we write a embedded vb script in the msi script
under execute immediate before intallfinalize.

if NOT installed then
call VBscript from embedded code(installation)
end

under this vb script you have to set the source path and execute the external vbscript .The vb script which is embedded is mentioned below.

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
strpath = Session.Property("SOURCEDIR")
systempath = objFSO.getspecialfolder(1)
Executingpath = systempath & "\Cscript.exe /s " & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe CS3\install.vbs" & chr(34)
Set wshShell1 = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Set wshshell = Nothing

3. The external vb script logic contains vb script calling the setup.exe in the silent mode and deleting the arp entry which is generated by the setup.exe and the setup.exe is executed with the above mentioned command line. The following vb script named as install.vbs and kept under adobe cs3 folder

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set objApp = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
Dim objApp
strpath = wscript.ScriptFullName
strPath = left(strpath, InStrRev(strpath, "\"))
Executingpath = chr(34) & strpath & "Setup.exe" & chr(34) & " --mode=silent --deploymentFile=" & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe Photoshop CS3.install.xml" & chr(34)
Set wshShell = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Do While oExec.Status = 0
DisplayEnddialog
Loop
Function DisplayEndDialog()
Const wshYesNoDialog = 0
Const wshQuestionMark = 64
Dim intval
intval = 0
intval = WshShell.Popup("Installing Adobe_Adobe Photoshop_CS3_ENG_1.0.0", _
5, "Installing",wshYesNoDialog + wshQuestionMark)

End function
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe_719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1 /f"

set wshShell = nothing
Set objFSO = nothing
set objApp = nothing


4. Handling the unistallation part in the package

Create a custom action under execute immediate after installinitialize

If remove=”ALL” then
Execute program from destination cmd.exe /c delete.bat default directory program Files\common files(unistallation)
End.

Create the following files

a. Delete.bat
b. uninstall.vbs
c. Deletefiles.exe

and include these files in the c:\program Files\common files in the blank msi.

a. what exactly the delete.bat file contains .The logic behind this bat file is to executes the vbscript which is installed under c:\program files\common files\unistall.vbs and the next step is to execute the wisescript that is deletefiles.exe which is ment for clean uninstallation after the vb script running for silent unistallation for that exe.

cscript.exe /s "c:\Program Files\Common Files\Uninstall.vbs"
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\DelFiles.EXE" /S
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Uninstall.vbs"
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\DelFiles.EXE"
del /f "C:\Program Files\Common Files\delete.bat"

b.what uinstall.vbs contains

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WshShell = wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim strpath, Executingpath
strpath = wscript.ScriptFullName
strPath = left(strpath, InStrRev(strpath, "\"))
Executingpath = chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe\Installers\719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1\Setup.exe" & chr(34) & " --mode=silent --deploymentFile=" & chr(34) & strpath & "Adobe\Installers\719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml" & chr(34)
Set wshShell = CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
Set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Executingpath)
Do While oExec.Status = 0
DisplayEnddialog
Loop
'objFSO.deletefile(strPath & "\Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml")
'objFSO.deletefile(strPath & "\Deployment.xml")
'Execu = "c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe /c " & chr(34) & strpath & "delete.bat" & chr(34)
'set oExec = wshShell.Exec(Execu)
set wshShell = nothing
Dim objApp
Set objApp = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Macrovision /f"
objApp.Run "cmd /C reg DELETE " & chr(34) & "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Apple Computer, Inc." & chr(34) & " /f"
Function DisplayEndDialog()
Const wshYesNoDialog = 0
Const wshQuestionMark = 64
Dim intval
intval = 0
intval = WshShell.Popup("Uninstalling Adobe_Adobe Photoshop_CS3_ENG_1.0.0", _
5, "Uninstalling",wshYesNoDialog + wshQuestionMark)
End function

c.deletefiles
write a wisescript and delete all files and folder related to application after uninstallation of silent setup and add in the package and execute it through the batfile.


This is how the package works with the blank msi with silent installation and unistallation.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Here's a link to the Adobe PDF: http://www.adobe.com/support/deployment/cs3_deployment.pdf

Basically, what it boils down to is creating a "\payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume\application.xml.override" file that contains the XML in the notes above (with your own serial number without the dashes)
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Command Line
Command line options to setup.exe are:

/qn => no progress window
/qb! => only Progress bar
/qb => progress bar with "cancel" option
/qr => progress bar with notification window.
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Exit code 7 solution:

I spent a lot of time on this one, and finally I found that it was due to Rights permissions in the temporary install folder (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers). You must set the "Administrators" group rights on "Full control" on this one (Do it manually or with cacls on a batch script). Hope this will help some of you. Regards.
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[Perform a silent installation of Photoshop CS3 Version 10(FR)]

This Adobe Photoshop CS3 silent install/Payload deployment data is invalid or missing/invalid deployment file:

1. DOCUMENTS TO READ


CS3_Deployment.pdf carefully.

The other tips listed on this page here at AppDeploy

2. Copy the Adobe CS3 folder from the installation disc to the local folder 'd:\adm_cri\installer\Adobe CS3'.

3. PRESERIALIZATION

Create an 'application.xml.override' file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Confguration>
<Payload>
<Data key="Serial" protected="0">XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX</Data>
<Data key="Registration">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="EULA">Suppress</Data>
<Data key="Updates">Suppress</Data>
</Payload>
</Confguration>

Replace 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' by your license serial number. Save this file to the driver payload folder: 'Adobe CS3\payloads\AdobePhotoshop10fr_FR_volume\application.xml.override'

4. PERFORM A SILENT 'install.xml' AND 'uninstall.xml' FILES

Execute this line through the UI workflow:

".\Adobe CS3\setup.exe" --record=1

Copy the two deployment files created: 'Adobe Photoshop CS3.install.xml' and 'Adobe Photoshop CS3.remove.xml' from folder 'C:\Program Files\Fichiers communs\Adobe\Installers' to the 'Adobe CS3\' folder (same folder as 'setup.exe'). Rename these files 'install.xml' and 'uninstall.xml'.

5. SILENT UNINSTALL Photoshop

Type these two commands:

copy "d:\adm_cri\installer\Adobe CS3\uninstall.xml" "C:\Program Files\Fichiers communs\Adobe\Installers\2a587c442a0949ecb7a74b61fbbaa2e"

"C:\Program Files\Fichiers communs\Adobe\Installers\2a587c442a0949ecb7a74b61fbbaa2e\Setup.exe"
--mode=Silent --deploymentFile="C:\Program Files\Fichiers communs\Adobe\Installers\2a587c442a0949ecb7a74b61fbbaa2e\uninstall.xml"

6. SILENT INSTALL Photoshop

Type this command:

"d:\adm_cri\installer\Adobe CS3\setup.exe" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="d:\adm_cri\installer\Adobe CS3\install.xml"


7. WARNING: numerous Error Code 7

- The install is case sensitive. The switch "--deploymentFile" is case sensitive.

- No relative path names. Use the absolute path names with the drive letter. Maintain the same directory structure as on the original download/CD/DVD install. Install do not supports UNCs path. No variable text between %.
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Platform(s): Windows
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Just an addition to processes that must be killed prior to silent install - add Firefox (v3) to that list.

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If you plan on deploying Photoshop CS3 on Windows 7 be aware of the following "critical" issue.

As a part of the CS3 components the program "Bonjour" is installed. This program installs a service called "Bonjour Service" and when you restart the computer, it sets your default gateway to "0.0.0.0". Needless to say this will cause problems.

To fix this issue on computers affected by this do the following:

1. Open a Windows command prompt and type the following command:
"C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe" -remove
2. Navigate to the following folder in Windows Explorer: C:\Program Files\Bonjour
3. Rename the mdnsNSP.dll file in that folder to mdnsNSP.old
4. Restart your computer
5. Delete the the Program Files\Bonjour folder


To solve the issue during installation:
Since Bonjour cant be deselected during install, it has to be installed . I solved the issue by creating an MSI package and running it right after CS3 was installed. The MSI package does the following:

1. In "Execute immediate" before StopServices and DeleteServices actions run: "C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe" -remove
2. Stops and deletes the "Bonjour Service"
3. Deletes the folder "C:\Program Files\Bonjour"

This fixed the issue.
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Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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I found something in the adobe forum, which solved my error code 7 problem.

" Each major application has a file called appname.proxy.xml in their payload folder. At the bottom of the file, simply remove the OS check:

<SystemRequirementsJSON>[

{"OS":{"Macintosh":{"Require":[{"Version":"10.4.8"}],"Exclude":[{"Vers ion":"10.4.8"}]},"Windows":{"XP":{"Exclude":true,"Require":{"MinServic ePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
,"Need64Bit":"0"}},"Server2003":{"Exclude":true},"Vista":{"Require":true}}}
}
]</SystemRequirementsJSON>
"
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Make sure you run the setup.exe with full path. Eg. in my tests I keept getting error 7, when running setup.exe --mode=silent --deploymentFile="path to\install.xml" from cmd.

Running the setup.exe with full path from cmd, eg.: "c:\setup\Adobe CS3\setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="path to\install.xml" solved the problem.
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One thing to be aware of which I just discovered on this installation to my peril is that the media differs from a single license version to a volume license version.

The volume license version can be identified by the serial number (on the physical CD), it has at the end for "No Authorization".

I have been spending some time with the incorrect source media trying to carry out a scripted install only to find out we had been sent the wrong CD!
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