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Hello!
I'm trying to create a package about Adobe CS3 Design Standard whit Wise Package Studio 7.0 SP2, I already did the snapshot and the customization with Installation expert, but when I'm compiling task list show me an error "unable to save the windows installer file d:\project\XXX\wisxx.tmp. Check for enough disk space", but there are 30 gb free on disk.
I already found a topic about this at Altiris Website, but they said that the problem is caused by temp files, so I deleted all files in Temp folder and the problem still is there....
Anyone can help me??
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Hi Claudio,
this package comes already as an MSI!
Don't repackage this, unless you are really knowing what you are doing!
Read the Package KB, i put the link on the top of the thread.
Regards, Nick
Answered 05/15/2008 by: nheim
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I know that, but I need re-package with some customizations standard for my company...
Answered 05/15/2008 by: cmi2000
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Hi Claudio,
this is usually done by a transform.
What exactly do you need to alter?
Regards, Nick
Answered 05/15/2008 by: nheim
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I need put whole applications contained in the Creative Suite in only one msi file, so I have installed a full installation, then I have changed the shortcut's path and I have used merges modules existent in a repository standard from my company, then I have tried to compile this.
Do you think that I will not be able to do it?
Answered 05/15/2008 by: cmi2000
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ORIGINAL: cmi2000

I need put whole applications contained in the Creative Suite in only one msi file, Do you think that I will not be able to do it?


Really? That's not going to work. I did a few CS3 Suites and they have multiple msi's (in fact a whole lot) in the so called payload folder (check it out).

Create a xml file instead, here the link to the instructions. Works like a charm. You probably have to explain to your company that you can't create one msi out of these multiple msi's.

http://www.adobe.com/support/deployment/cs3_deployment.pdf

Good Luck.
Gizsha
Answered 05/19/2008 by: gizsha
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