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You can install through exe distribution. In Install/Uninstall options give just "/sAll" (without quotes). And there is nothing else to specify. Try it out.
Tnx! i will try it today!
I tried several methods including Adobe's customization wizard and various command line options. In the end, I ended up using the command line options specified here: http://www.droppedpackets.org/software-distribution/quick-walkthrough-deploying-adobe-reader-9.1
The only thing I wish I were able to specify is the default PDF reader if Acrobat Pro or Std is installed. But to work around that, I just excluded machines with Acrobat 8/9 installed because I really just need to make sure all machines have 8.1.3 or higher of Reader/Std or Pro because of grants.gov requirements.
Add Domain Computers with read, list folder contents, and read & execute to the share containing the files.
or just define your core as a preferred server with a credentialed account.
The error you are seeing in your log at present appears to be 80070005. That is always a permissions issue. There are a few solutions to this problem that are outlined in the following article: Error: "Failed to download additional files - (80070005)"
Let us know if you are able to get this working!