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I had a few problems when installing Acrobat X Professional via the Adobe Deployment tool 3.1 but I have ...
9th October 2012, 11:39 AM #1
Adobe Acrobat X Professional CS6
I had a few problems when installing Acrobat X Professional via the Adobe Deployment tool 3.1 but I have finallyt cracked it please see attached this is a recipe for the program, I hope this helps to any strugglers out there as this took me ages.
It might be worth putting future recipes for problematic software which may help everyone in the forum?
Hope this helps,
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7th September 2013, 04:07 PM #2
- Rep Power
I've tried to download your document but it keeps telling me that the files is corrupted.
Any chance you could share your knowledge on the deployment of Adobe Acrobat X. I've managed to successfully package the main packages within CS6, but am getting stuck with the 'exceptions'. Adobe suggest that the package can be deployed using the following commands:
msiexec.exe /i AcroPro.msi EULA_ACCEPT=NO REGISTRATION_SUPPRESS=YES SUITEMODE=1 INSTALLLEVEL=101 AS_DISABLE_LEGACY_COLOR=1 IGNOREAAM=1 TRANSFORMS=en_GB.mst /qn
msiexec.exe /p AcrobatUpd1011.msp /qn
Any advice on how this can be achieved using a single package on an RM CC4 network would be greatly appreciated.
7th September 2013, 05:06 PM #3
Are you using Internet Explorer? If so, try a different browser.
Originally Posted by cbsc
The attachment downloads without issue in Chrome.
9th September 2013, 09:46 AM #4
Yes, the file downloads fine for me. In internet explorer and chrome try right click save target as.
7th October 2013, 12:20 PM #5
- Rep Power
Thank you both. I was able to download the file. Some strange caching going on with my Google Chrome browser.
I've managed to successfully deploy Adobe CS6 to our network using your guidance. However we are experiencing an issue with Adobe PDF printing. We have Adobe Acrobat X Pro installed, and we are able to create PDF files without any problems using the software. However if you attempt to print using the 'Adobe PDF' printer (e.g. from notepad or MS Word) it appears to spool the print job, but then nothing happens. I think it's a problem with acrotray which is not loading. Has anyone experienced anything similar, and found a resolution? I've confirmed that Distiller is working correctly.
7th October 2013, 01:45 PM #6
Great, glad to hear it. Adobe PDF always causes problems with our network. Sometimes if we have Adobe PDF printer installed it knocks out other printers, we just remove it and show the user how to print. I know it's a longer process but on our RM network Adobe PDF can stop other printers from working.
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