I'm new at packaging through I've been supporting SMS for 10 years. I've currently trying to install Adobe Indesign CS2 version 4.0. I have a package that works somewhat. I'm using SMS 2003 and was able to create a "package from definition" using the .msi that comes with Indesign. I can use the option "per-system-unattended" with a /passive switch. This does the install with no user interaction but shows them a progress bar. The progress bar disappears before the installation is complete, it does not show a progress bar for sub-installations (Bridge and Stock Photography). This isn't a sticking point as we tell the users to wait 15 minutes before opening InDesign. The problem we are having is none of our users have administrative rights on their PCs, so everytime they open InDesign they get the Registration page. We don't want them to do this as we have a blanket registration. If they choose don’t register now, it keeps popping up every time they open InDesign. Does anyone have any idea how to get rid of this action or if there is a command I can put in the Abcpy.ini file to prevent this? Thanks for any help in advance.
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In seems that program is like Adbobe Incopy CS2.
May be get a look here: http://www.appdeploy.com/packages/detail.asp?id=581
Answered 09/20/2005 by: Francoisracine
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