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04/27/2017 4901 views
I can't seem to find the msi for both Adobe DC and Adobe Flash. I keep finding the exe for each, but when doing a scripted install it requires user interaction. Is there a way to make the exe not use any user interaction? Or where to find the msi for a silent install?
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You normally have to apply for a distrubution licence from Adobe, and once approved you receive an email with the download links for various installer types.

Adobe Reader DC

Adobe Flash Player

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Answered 04/27/2017 by: dunnpy
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Does is cost anything for the distribution license for these?
Answered 04/27/2017 by: aredmond85
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Does is cost anything for the distribution license for these?
Answered 04/27/2017 by: aredmond85
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No it doesn't have a cost - it's so that Adobe know who is deploying their products.
Answered 04/28/2017 by: dunnpy
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Apply to be a distributor via the adobe website. There is no charge for the license. But you can only access the simpler apps for free, like reader, Flash, shockware and Air.


Answered 04/28/2017 by: Badger
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Hello aredmond85,
Try extracting the .exe file with 7zip or a similar application.  The msi is typically just compressed into the .msi.

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Answered 12/08/2017 by: awingren
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I've applied for Adobe's distribution and was able to get an MSI for Flash, but Reader is an EXE.   
Answered 10/25/2017 by: mihenry
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I've applied for Adobe's distribution and was able to get an MSI for Flash, but Reader is an EXE.   
Answered 10/25/2017 by: mihenry
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Fundamentally, these all use an MSI in the EXE for the install. Just install on your test machine and harvest the installation MSI from c:\windows\installer.
Answered 05/15/2017 by: EdT
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