I want to execute a customized installation of Adobe Reader X (version 10.1.0).
So I used the Adobe Customization Wizard X (CustWiz1000_en_US.exe)
to create a transform file (AdbeRdr1010_de_DE.mst).
Using an older version of Windows installer (v 3.01) there were no problem to roll out the customized Adobe reader X.
I typed on command prompt:
msiexec.exe /i “path of the file”\AdbeRdr1010_de_DE.msi /t “path of the file”\ AdbeRdr1010_de_DE.mst /qb-! /norestart EULA_ACCEPT=YES
and the customized installation was finished with success.
With a nowadays windows installer (v 4.5.6001.22159) there are problems.
When I use the same phrase the Adobe reader installation was also finished but without customizations written in the transform file.
I tried some various syntax but without success. Meanwhile I think there is a bug in the Windows installer but I don’t know the solution.
Who can help?
Maybe there is another way to create and roll out a customized installation of Adobe Reader X (version 10.1.0)? Who knows a solution?
Can you try using the following command:
msiexec.exe /i “path of the file”\AdbeRdr1010_de_DE.msi TRANSFORMS=
path of the file AdbeRdr1010_de_DE.mst /qb-! /norestart EULA_ACCEPT=YES
I think this is the solution:
TRANSFORMS= instead of /t.
Thank you very much.