Adobe Reader X Package Accelerator

This is a Package Accelerator for use with the Adobe Reader 10.0.0.1 installer. See how this package accelerator can dramatically reduce the time to sequence this application.

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  • The icons for PDF etc are not correct in the icon cache
    3 Posts | Last post August 16, 2017
    • Every icon except the Adobe Reader X icon are 5KB in size and a default "generic" file type and not adobe icons so when the sequenced application is deployed the PDF file association etc does not show the Adobe icon but rather the generic windows unknown document type icon. Any ideas?
    • I didn't notice that defect. It looks like the icons don't come through if I use the installation media as the package accelerator source. You need to have an accelerator that uses a local installation to get it to work. Aaron's package accelerator uses that method.
      
      http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Adobe-Reader-X-101-en-US-42e026c8
      
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  • Extracting MSI from AdobeX EXE
    5 Posts | Last post March 28, 2016
    • Once you download the Adobe EXE, you can also use the below command to extract the MSI out:
      
      AdbeRdr1001_en_US.exe -nos_o"Reader10" -nos_ne
    • Hey thanks for mentioning this! Very helpful.
    • thnx
    • Thanks..
    • thanks