AdobePro XI Silent Install
MSIExec /I "[path to MSI]" TRANSFORMS="[path to MST] /qn /l*v "[path to a log file]"
Make sure the word "TRANSFORMS" is in all upper-case.
For the failures, open the log file and search for the text "return value 3". The half-dozen or so lines above that will show you what failed. If you can't work out what that might be, post those lines here and we'll do our best to help. By the way, after you've pasted the text, select it and then apply the 'Code' style: it makes the post easier to read.
Here's the command we're using for Reader DC, but the syntax is the same to your version:
msiexec /i AcroRead.msi TRANSFORMS=AcroRead.mst /qb- /l*v "c:\windows\logs\Acrobat Reader DC 15.007.20033 Install.log"
If you run the command form the folder containing the MSI & MST, you don't need to specify the path. If your path(s) contain spaces, you'll need to supply the path & filename surrounded by quotes, similar to the log file above.
Put in a path to a writable area. I tend to use %SystemRoot%\TEMP and a suitable name for the file, e.g. %SystemRoot%\TEMP\Install_Acrobat_Pro_XI.LOG
The additions you have on the command line could go in your transform, in the 'Property' table. I wouldn't bother with the language transform (1033.MST).
First off all you have to get Adobe Customization Wizard XI find it here Adobe Customization Wizard XI
This will help you to create acrostan.mst
Remember to add language MST
Install like this
msiexec /i acrostan.msi TRANSFORMS=acrostan.mst REBOOT=ReallySuppress /L* C:\acroxi.log /qn
Install with elevated rights, if problem try to install manuel in Admin CMD and use PSEXEC.exe -i -s cmd from symantec tools to test in NT System kontekst deployment logfile will tell what is missing.