Those languages that do not have 10.1.1MSI (en_US...) can be installed using Reader 10.1.0 MSI + 10.1.1 Patch (MSP)
You should be able to find those using ftp
If you need more information on installing MSIs and MSPs, it could be useful to go to http://forums.adobe.com/community/acrobat/acrobat_enterprise_install
The exception is Reader X MUI
If you plan to use this one, you need to use Reader 10.0.0 + latest Patch for MUI, which should be 10.1.1
Hope it helps.
Thanks very much to both of you. Why, however, has Adobe not released the MSI for all language versions? It does not make much sense.
First, the end of support for a particular version is usually set 2 years in advance. It should not be a surprise to anyone. Go here: http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/eol/eol_matrix.html#86.
The release strategy for updates is fairly straightforward:
- MSIs are rarely released because they are more complicated to build, configure, and deploy. MSIs are released when the second dot increments and are usually available in all languages. Some of the least used languages are created an a slightly different schedule (e.g. Greek, Hebrew, Arabic).
- Most updates/patches are MSPs which should simplify the work for IT. Nothing is uninstalled when using an MSP and any existing enterprise configuration persists. These updates are not language specific and can be applied over any MSI of any language.
- It should be clear from the kb note 88814 (above), the Admin Guide, and the Release Notes that there is not and won't be a 1011 JP MSI because you don't need one. Install the MSP over your MSI (whatever its language).
- On a side note, there is an EXE on the Reader Download Center for JP and 4 other languages, but these aren't usually used by IT. No reason why they can't be used if it doesn't interfere with your deployment methodology.
Most admins get their updates from the ftp site above. You can go here if you'd like: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=1&platform=Windows, but the FTP site delivers the actual installers so you can consider that the Real Truth about what's available.
All of the resources you need to configure and deploy Acrobat products in enterprise settings are here: http://www.adobe.com/go/acrobatitinfo. If something is not clear, please post again (preferrably in the Acrobat Enterprise Deployment forum).