How to get Adobe Reader DC .Msi file for Intune Deployment.

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Oct 26, 2017

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IS there a way I can get .msi for Adobe reader DC, which can be pushed to all users via INTUNE

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Adobe Employee , Nov 13, 2017
EnterpriseHelp Adobe Employee , Nov 13, 2017
You should be able to use the AIP deployment method to create the MSI you need. hth, -b

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Oct 29, 2017

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You should get a link to it when your application for a redistribution license is accepted. Have you applied for the license yet?

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Oct 30, 2017

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I did get link, When I download it downloads in .exe format. I am trying to get this file in .msi format as, AZURE INTUNE does not support to upload file in .exe format.

I will really appreciated if you can provide me information about how to convert .exe to .msi format. I tried few free application that is not working out for me.

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Oct 30, 2017

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Did you apply for the license yet?

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Yes, Already applies for license on Oct 23 and received email with the link in an hours.

It allows me to download from enterprise site, but not able to find .msi

Will really appreciate your guidance.

Thanks in advance

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Oct 30, 2017

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Hmm, maybe they changed it. Not helpful if they did. But there may well be useful information in the enterprise toolkit: Acrobat-Reader Enterprise Toolkit Home

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 08, 2017

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I have the same issue.  I downloaded the latest exe and extracted the .msi file but that doesn't work as not everything is included - there are other files such as the data1.cab file required to install it and with Intune it has to be a single .msi file.

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Community Beginner ,
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Hello brogers123,

Thanks.  That link covers mobile devices which is not the scenario here.  I'm trying to deploy Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to Windows 10 PCs via Intune.

The requirements are:

  1. On the App package file blade, choose the browse button, and select a Windows installation file with the extension .msi, .appx, or .appxbundle.

What is needed and what I cannot figure out is how to get Adobe Acrobat Reader DC packaged as a single file .msi that I can push down and install to the managed Windows 10 PCs. 

In the past it looks like Adobe made these files available - for example AdbeRdr1000_en_US.msi from back in the Adobe Reader X days.  But I cannot find anything similar for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

Any suggestions on how to accomplish ending up with a single .msi file for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC for Windows?

Thanks.

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Adobe Employee ,
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You should be able to use the AIP deployment method to create the MSI you need.

hth,

-b

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