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Ren? Frej Nielsen <email@hidden> wrote:
Den 20/07/2006 kl. 1.18 skrev John C. Welch:
I guess that I will have to take a look at PackageMaker or Iceberg, which I have used before. When it's Office then it's possible to just package the whole thing and distribute it again, but more complex application suites like Adobe CS2 scatter files all over the harddrive and it also takes up to many GB's to distribute the whole suite everytime there's an update.
CS 2 has a command line install routine that is the bomb. I used it and it
took less than 20 minutes to fully install CS2 on three machines combined.
It's available from the downloads page for CS, and they have a windows
I know about that but I would prefer to use packages because I wish to use DeployStudio and ARD to distribute software. I guess that I would be able to use the command line install without much work but I have less skilled coworkers who should be able to most of the work too.
But thanks for the heads up anyway.
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