Today is the first time I've seen one of these .air files.  Is there an Adobe wizard which is used to package / modify these?

Is it frowned upon by performing a capture and creating a .MSI?

Is there a command line option to silently install the .AIR file?



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  • Thanks for the links RS. VBScab... Do you recommend capturing the .AIR file installation?
  • Ok... There is a .MSI inside the extracted .AIR file. I'll use that! :)
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.AIR is for Adobe AIR.

you can install it .air  after you have installed Adobe AIR in your machine.

 YOu can install alone or with Adobe AIR installer.

Following should be helpful:




Hope that helps :)


Answered 03/15/2014 by: rock_star
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If this is in an enterprise environment, you'll want to get rid of Air: letting vendors loose on your workstations is *never* a good idea, especially one with Adobe's record. Does anyone else remember the Acrobat Pro 8 permissions screw-up? Jeez...

Answered 03/16/2014 by: VBScab
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