Adobe Reader 10.1.7 msp

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  • SelfMan

    What happens when you start the update manually? Any particular errors?

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  • Dave Hildebrand

    No error under a Windows 7 box I tried it on, but, a Windows XP box threw up a dialog box looking for the AcroRead.msi file.  It was looking for it in C:\WINDOWS\PDQDeployRunner\1\exec\.  Pointing the installer to the network location finished the installation.

    I wonder if the silent install I pushed out generated the same prompt and errored out?

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  • SelfMan

    That is probably the reason the installation failed.

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  • SelfMan

    That is probably the reason the installation failed.

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  • TonsOFun

    Yup, SelfMan's right. 

    I've gotten that several times because of that same "error" of not being able to find that msi. 

    Since my installation started from the network drive, all i needed to do was place the original installation msi in the same shared location and it goes through. 

    I'm thinking if you were to manually copy the AcroRead.msi into C:\WINDOWS\PDQDeployRunner\1\exec\, it will stop complaining. :) 

     

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  • Dave Hildebrand

    Adding the AcroRead.msi worked for some of my machines.  For the others I uninstalled Reader and tried again.  Of these, some were able to install 10.1.0 then upgrade to 10.1.7.  Some just refuse to install 10.1.7.

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