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Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 silent installation

04/27/2012 6700 views



I try to install Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 silent. It works everything fine, but at the end of the installation the client tries to open an internet connection. All Clients are behind a Proxy and so a Window appears to enter username and password. If I press several times the Cancel-Button, the installation finished with result code 0 and the Program works. Is there something wrong in my installation?

The installation steps are as follows:


1. I created a file called application.xml.override in the set-up folder with following content.

<? xml version = "1.0" encoding = "utf-8"?>
<Data key = "EULADelay"> 0 </Data>
<Data key = "Registration"> Suppress </Data>
<Data key = "updates"> Suppress </Data>




2. In setup.ini the following entries were made


3. Installation
start/wait setup.exe/UL1031/V "SERIALNUMBER=1111-1111-1111-1111-1111-1111"

Does somebody knows the problem and does have a solution for supressing the internet connection?

Thank you very much!








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Make sure the <Data key = "updates"> Suppress </Data> is correct (case sensitive), maybe it is this that is trying to establish a connection:

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

Answered 06/13/2012 by: GadgetGeek
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There would be a documentation with the source. Did you try searching in there?

Answered 04/30/2012 by: piyushnasa
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