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Web CS3, adding or removing app using setup.xml

Hi, I know Adobe stuff is not build for easy deployment but I am willing to mess with there scheme a bit.

Do you think it is possible to play with the Web CS3 msi sequence with the setup.xml located in the paylod folder or do i have to trick anything else?

I would like to prevent the installation of Adobe Stock photos and install a custom msi in the sequence for our deployment stuff, custom files, etc.

Did anybody play with this yet?

Thanks

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Posted by: kiptek 12 years ago
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Editing the xml works just fine. Cheers!
Posted by: PackagerWannaBe 12 years ago
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ORIGINAL: kiptek

Editing the xml works just fine. Cheers!


Hi. How did you manage to prevent the installation of adobe stock photos using the setup.xml?

Thks
Posted by: kiptek 12 years ago
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More than 1 way to skin a cat... Easiest way is to go to each payload folder & select the main application folder e.g. for Dreamweaver, it is AdobeDreamweaver9en_US for my vol license. Select the XML file that ends with ".proxy.xml". Edit this file & delete everything between and including the "<Requires> </Requires>" delimiters which will now let the install show you the option to allow you to pick which components to install. You can then do your "setup.exe --record=1" and select away...
Posted by: PackagerWannaBe 12 years ago
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That's cool, i'll give that a try.

Thanks
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