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Adobe Acrobat X Unattended Install not working

I created and Windows bundle to install Acrobat X via a custom msi and I removed the "qn" switch. I used the Acrobat customizer to customize the install, to include unattended install but show progress bar and prompt for reboot. If I run the file on a PC locally it works fine, but the bundle makes the user go through the dialog boxes with all the correct settings already in place. With the /qn it works. I want the users to see the progress. Yes, they're too dumb and/or lazy to use the Zenworks icon to check the progress.
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Re: Adobe Acrobat X Unattended Install not working

Change /qn to /qb+

On 6/15/2011 3:36 PM, elphantasmo wrote:
>
> I created and Windows bundle to install Acrobat X via a custom msi and I
> removed the "qn" switch. I used the Acrobat customizer to customize the
> install, to include unattended install but show progress bar and prompt
> for reboot. If I run the file on a PC locally it works fine, but the
> bundle makes the user go through the dialog boxes with all the correct
> settings already in place. With the /qn it works. I want the users to
> see the progress. Yes, they're too dumb and/or lazy to use the Zenworks
> icon to check the progress.
>
>



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Re: Adobe Acrobat X Unattended Install not working

craig_wilson;2114484 wrote:
Change /qn to /qb+


See:
Msiexec (command-line options)

For all the possible parameters and explanation of the qb+ etc.etc.
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