I use the following string:
c:\....Air...installer.exe -silent -eulaAccepted -desktopShortcut tweetdeck_0_34.3.air
I want to make a silent installation, but tweetdeck, tries always to get a connection to the internet via our proxy.
Unfortunately the admin account doesn't have the rights to acces the Inet.
What can i do? Is there any way to avoid this proxy access??
Other air-apps work fine, so it seems to be a tweetdeck-related problem, but i get no answer from their support team.
any suggestions?
Deltainstallation is possible, but i don't like that way of packaging....

thanks in advance
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Are you sure you are using the Offline Adobe Air Installer, which can be found here


Answered 11/19/2010 by: spartacus
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thx for your reply.

i made 1 package for Adobe air. This is based on the offline installer you posted.
After installing air i want to install an air-application.
Therefore i have to use the already installed air installer.
example: c:\Program Files\shared...\Adobe air\Versions\1.0\Adobe Air Application installer.exe -silent -eulaAccepted -desktopShortcut tweetdeck_0_34.3.air
Theres no problem with other air applications, only tweetdeck tries to access the internet.
The Tweetdeck Support arent helpful til now...

Answered 11/22/2010 by: solaar
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Repackage it into a MSI, works great ;)

(Next time try the Search)
Answered 11/25/2010 by: Rheuvel
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