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Enterprise Software Thread, Installing Adobe CS3 via SCCM 2012 - Fail. in Technical; "Adobe CS3\Setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="Adobe CS3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.xml" --SkipProcessCheck=1 I had to create the deplymentfile by running --record=1 after Setup.exe on ...
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    "Adobe CS3\Setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="Adobe CS3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.xml" --SkipProcessCheck=1

    I had to create the deplymentfile by running --record=1 after Setup.exe on a test pc. Then got the xml file from C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\ ona 64 bit pc.

    My xml file is included int he content for the application. It just gets copied to the local PC in C:\windows\ccmcache .

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    This is more less what I already have.

    This was already installing silently on an RM XP SP3 network and also on a Vanilla Windows7/2008R2 network via GPO deployment via a VBS script.

    Its just annoying that if I kicked off the setup.cmd manually it goes off and installs with out an issue. Its just SCCM2012 >.<


    But I have removed the OS requirements as per this post here - clicky and am now going to test it. (of course after removing the existing content from the DP and adding it back.)

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    You can just change the command line then right click on the deployment type to update the content. Unless you are using a package, then you just click update distribution points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by free780 View Post
    "Adobe CS3\Setup.exe" --mode=silent --deploymentFile="Adobe CS3\Adobe Photoshop CS3.xml" --SkipProcessCheck=1
    That's the same as Adobe's!

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

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    this is my error.

    [ 2832] Fri Aug 15 09:16:17 2014 WARN
    Error setting action for {C4519961-AC64-4565-B3AF-9050296B5D5A} Adobe Illustrator CS3:
    Localization: missing stringID "locPayloadSelectSystemRequirement" for en_US in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\f4ca0de7e69bc77df34b5de71c8 a078\resources\main.xml
    system check
    The minimum system requirements listed below are needed in order to run Adobe Illustrator CS3 and are not met.
    - Windows XP Service Pack 2 and greater
    - Windows Vista



    [ 2832] Fri Aug 15 09:16:17 2014 WARN
    Error setting action for {30C4B843-28DA-466F-AFCA-CB0ED153C826} Adobe Photoshop CS3:
    Localization: missing stringID "locPayloadSelectSystemRequirement" for en_US in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\f4ca0de7e69bc77df34b5de71c8 a078\resources\main.xml
    system check
    The minimum system requirements listed below are needed in order to run Adobe Photoshop CS3 and are not met.
    - Windows XP Service Pack 2 and greater
    - Windows Vista


    [ 2832] Fri Aug 15 09:16:23 2014 FATAL
    Exception: Payload actions could not be set. Search the log for "BEGIN Setting requested payload actions" for details.
    Exit code: 7
    This is my log file: Add or Remove Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium 1.0.txt

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    More likely to work. That's why I did it. Follow the instructions.
    legomovie-whatatwist.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by free780 View Post
    More likely to work. That's why I did it. Follow the instructions.
    legomovie-whatatwist.jpg
    Was that to me or Arthur?
    @free780, I did remove exactly what you see bellow. (Just to iron out any confusion.)


    AdobePhotoshop10en_US.proxy
    ========================
    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Macintosh":{"Require":[{"Version":"10.4.8"}],"Exclude":[{"Version":"10.4.8"}]},"Windows":{"XP":{"Exclude":true,"Require":{"MinS ervicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"}},"Server2003":{"Exclude":true}," Vista":{"Require":true}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>
    AdobeIllustrator13en_US.proxy
    ========================
    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Windows":{"XP":{"Exclude":true,"Require":{ "MinServicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"}},"Server2003":{"Exclude":true}," Vista":{"Require":true}}},
    "Memory":{"System":{"Default":{"Require":"512","Ex clude":"500"}}},
    "Display":{"Default":{"Require":{"Width":"1024","H eight":"768"},"Exclude":{"Width":"800","Height":"6 00"}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_ATR View Post
    I did remove exactly what you see below.
    What about the other proxy.xml files like AdobeWebSuitePremiumen_US_Volume.proxy.xml?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    What about the other proxy.xml files like AdobeWebSuitePremiumen_US_Volume.proxy.xml?
    You never said this in that post.

    So I have to go though all 46 folders and do this to each one?

    But the error was for AdobePhotoshop and AdobeIllustrator...

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    Removed

    AdobeWebSuitePremiumen_US_Volume.proxy
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    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Macintosh":{"Require":[{"@lowerBound":1,
    "Version":"10.4.8","Need64Bit":"0","NeedServer":"0 "}],"Exclude":[{"@upperBound":1,
    "Version":"10.4.8","Only64Bit":"0","OnlyServer":"0 "}]},"Windows":{"XP":{"Require":{"@lowerBound":1,
    "MinServicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"},"Exclude":{"@upperBound":1,
    "MaxServicePack":"1","@servicePack64Bit":"0"
    }},"Server2003":{"Require":{"@lowerBound":1,
    "MinServicePack":"0"}},"Vista":{"Require":true }}},
    "Memory":{"System":{"Default":{"Require":"1024","E xclude":"511"}}},
    "Display":{"Default":{"Require":{"Width":"1024","H eight":"768"},"Exclude":{"Width":"799","Height":"5 99"}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>

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    It must be different for CS3 and the standalone photoshop. I have no proxy files.

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    I have here Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium.

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    Fixed...

    So.

    For any poor person out there the sollution is the follwing...

    Quote Originally Posted by Norphy View Post
    You don't need an MSI to install something as an application. You need to specify the application information manually instead. You can use all the necessary command switches in the application deployment command line.

    To create an app, open the Create Application Wizard , choose Manually specify...." and press Next. Give the app a name and fill out the other parts of the form. If you use the application catalog, fill out the information in there as well, press Next. On the Deployment types screen, press the Add button. Change the type to Script Installer and press Next. Give the deployment a name and press Next. Tell it where the server share that hosts your CS install is in the content location box and put in the name of the installer along with the necessary switches
    This is what I used...

    "Setup.exe" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="deployment\install.xml" --skipProcessCheck=1

    "Setup.exe" --mode=Silent --deploymentFile="deployment\uninstall.xml" --skipProcessCheck=1

    Contineing on...

    Quote Originally Posted by Norphy View Post
    in the Installation program box. Fill in the uninstall program box if you can work out what to put. Press Next. You will need to add a detection clause, probably the easiest way is to use a file system one. Have it look for the photoshop.exe in the appropriate place and press Next. Change the Installation Behaviour to "Install for System" and Logon Requirement to "Whether or not...". Press Next. Press Next on the requirements screen and on the dependencies screen. Press Next again then Close. You'll be taken back to the Create Application wizard, press Next and Next again. The application will be created, you then distribute it and deploy it as you normally would.

    Quote Originally Posted by edie209 View Post
    In .\payloads\AdobeIllustrator13en_US and .\payloads\AdobePhotoshop10en_US there are xml files with proxy in the name. At the bottom of each file is a <SystemRequirementJSON> section which refers to Windows XP, Windows Vista and a couple of others, but it doesn't include Windows 7, I deleted the entire <SystemRequirementJSON> from both xml files.
    So Basically Remove the follwoing from all 3 files. Yes inc the AdobeWebSuitePremiumen_US_Volume.proxy as this was missed out.

    AdobePhotoshop10en_US.proxy
    ========================
    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Macintosh":{"Require":[{"Version":"10.4.8"}],"Exclude":[{"Version":"10.4.8"}]},"Windows":{"XP":{"Exclude":true,"Require":{"MinS ervicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"}},"Server2003":{"Exclude":true}," Vista":{"Require":true}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>
    AdobeIllustrator13en_US.proxy
    ========================
    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Windows":{"XP":{"Exclude":true,"Require":{ "MinServicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"}},"Server2003":{"Exclude":true}," Vista":{"Require":true}}},
    "Memory":{"System":{"Default":{"Require":"512","Ex clude":"500"}}},
    "Display":{"Default":{"Require":{"Width":"1024","H eight":"768"},"Exclude":{"Width":"800","Height":"6 00"}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>
    AdobeWebSuitePremiumen_US_Volume.proxy
    ==================================
    <SystemRequirementsJSON>[

    {"OS":{"Macintosh":{"Require":[{"@lowerBound":1,
    "Version":"10.4.8","Need64Bit":"0","NeedServer":"0 "}],"Exclude":[{"@upperBound":1,
    "Version":"10.4.8","Only64Bit":"0","OnlyServer":"0 "}]},"Windows":{"XP":{"Require":{"@lowerBound":1,
    "MinServicePack":"2","@servicePack64Bit":1
    ,"Need64Bit":"0"},"Exclude":{"@upperBound":1,
    "MaxServicePack":"1","@servicePack64Bit":"0"
    }},"Server2003":{"Require":{"@lowerBound":1,
    "MinServicePack":"0"}},"Vista":{"Require":true }}},
    "Memory":{"System":{"Default":{"Require":"1024","E xclude":"511"}}},
    "Display":{"Default":{"Require":{"Width":"1024","H eight":"768"},"Exclude":{"Width":"799","Height":"5 99"}}}
    }
    ]</SystemRequirementsJSON>

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    Quote Originally Posted by free780 View Post
    I have no proxy files.
    Not even in the subfolders within the payloads folder? You should (unless they are unique to the volume licensed version)?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_ATR View Post
    You never said this in that post.
    That's because you have the Web Premium edition and I have the Design Premium edition. I did mention that in my post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_ATR View Post
    Fixed
    Glad to hear you got it sorted in the end. Adobe certainly don't make it easy!
    Last edited by Arthur; 15th August 2014 at 11:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Adobe certainly don't make it easy!
    Not that it helps much but it gets a little better from CS5. You can have it deploy from a single MSI.



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