Hello folks,

Adobe Indesign is suit of applications that contains around 26 msi's.

Among them Adobestock Photos is an MSI , which is not able to open the from the shotcut or by any other means.
But AdobeBridge is an another MSI which is opening the stock photos.
The adobe stock photos is installing all the files that are installed by the vendor setup but still it is not able to work by itself.

Are there any suggestions.
Its quite imp..


I would like to know how to handle the licensing appearance.
After packaging Indesign Cs3 clicking on the shortcut must prompt for an License value but it gives an licensensing error.
Can anyone help with this.

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hey ram,
i have done this package and it works great!
Adobe Stock photos will no longer work as far as i know bcoz vendor itself has created a patch to remove that component.
so better exclude that from ue package by including update or by editing in .xml files.
and for licensing part you can simply create an application.xml.override file including license info and other info as mentioned in deployment guide as provded by vendor.
you acn go through package knowledge base of this great site.
there u can find many useful ifo.
Answered 04/02/2008 by: karshi
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When i did the differential snapshot the adobe stockphotos does work. The vendor install aswell works fine.
So any other tricks to make it work.
Answered 04/02/2008 by: Ram
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