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I'd have to disagree with this methodology. Photoshop can be deployed silent by using a setup.iss response file or by editing the abcpy.ini file. One could also prepoplate the users' registry to avoid the registration dialog.
With this or any other application there may be several ways to generate a silent installation. When using group policy it is often necessary to repackage an application to an MSI regardless of any command line installation support provided by the vendor. What are most people doing? Use the "Rate This Package" link a the top of the page to say how you did it and how hard you thought it was! Is Photoshop easy or hard to remotely deploy?
Once again, you can use Abcpy.ini for silent installs, just fill in the details. Don't bother repackaging.
I can confirm than simply editing the "Abcpy.ini" file which exists in the setup folder is sufficient to produce a fully silent install. However I wasn't able to get a shortcut created on the desktop and in the program menu. A command-line batch file will fix the issue though.
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