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hii
i wanna deploy the adobe reader 9.2 per group policy depending on the os language.
so that means that i have to add the following registry key in the msi-package:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\9.0\Language\UseMUI]
"DUMMY"="DUMMY CW"
i normaly use ocra to edit msi-packages.
my problem is: when i install the generated msi-package on my pc, it works (adobe reader ok, registry-key added)
but when i deploy that msi-package it only istalls the adobe reader without adding the registry-key.^^
...it looks like a common registry permission problem^^
i also tried to edit the lockpermissions: lockobject: UseMUI, table: Registry, User: users, Permission: 268435456. but it doesnt work.
do i have to edit the lockregpermission, lockfilepermission or createfolder....?

thx for ur help
zohan
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Have a look at this topic.
Answered 10/27/2009 by: pjgeutjens
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will check this.....
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Answered 10/27/2009 by: zohan
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need some more help^^
pato1 said: "I think I might give up at this point."

...does anybody has a solution for that prob? or allready a complete customized .msi package?

thx a lot
zohan
Answered 10/30/2009 by: zohan
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The thread you were pointed to, particularly post #2, is clear enough, I should have thought.

GP deploys using the System account so to get the logged-in user's registry to be populated, you need either to use an advertised entry-point or Active Setup.
Answered 10/30/2009 by: VBScab
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need some more help^^
pato1 said: "I think I might give up at this point."


The point at which Pato gave up in the other thread was way past where you need to be (and even at that point a solution was presented)
as stated in the other thread: Set a keypath for the component containing the regkey, make advertised shortcut/implement active setup, and go
Answered 10/30/2009 by: pjgeutjens
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ok i read the post again and tried to implement an active setup.
the problem is when i deploy the adobe_reader_9.2.msi package (with active setup) i can only see the component ({5E3AF9A2-A365-4CE7-8446-1FA54DB9F2BA}) in the HKEY_USERS\Default\Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\{5E3AF9A2-A365-4CE7-8446-1FA54DB9F2BA}.

when i install the adobe_reader_9.2.msi package (with active setup) manually i can see the component ({5E3AF9A2-A365-4CE7-8446-1FA54DB9F2BA}) in HKEY_Current_User and HKEY_Users. -->language detection works^^.

there is a screenshot from my orca registry table: http://www1.xup.in/exec/ximg.php?fid=17844590 also tried this: http://www1.xup.in/exec/ximg.php?fid=15751628

do i have to add smth more?
thx
Answered 11/03/2009 by: zohan
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