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Mar 28, 2017

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We are using a stand alone version of Adobe DC Pro (15.006.30033.2205) (no other Adobe products).  Windows 7 32-bit environment.  I have used the Adobe customization tool to create a custom install package.  I now need to update this package with the latest patch from Adobe to correct a recent security patch.

Ideally I'd like to make a new customized installer package as this allows us to disable the Adobe Sign-In feature, which our agency will never use.

I am trying to use:  msiexec /i acropro.msi PATCH="Acrobat2015Upd1500630280.msp" TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst" 

The .mst file was created by the customization tool.  However, when I run this command, I get the error:

"This patch package could not be opened.  Verify that the patch package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer patch package."

I have attempted uninstall and reboot and cleaning the registry of previous installation of Adobe DC Pro without any luck.

Can someone provide guidance on how to create a new customized install with the latest patch and still have the Adobe Sign-In option disabled?

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adobe dc pro install patch update to customized install

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We are using a stand alone version of Adobe DC Pro (15.006.30033.2205) (no other Adobe products).  Windows 7 32-bit environment.  I have used the Adobe customization tool to create a custom install package.  I now need to update this package with the latest patch from Adobe to correct a recent security patch.

Ideally I'd like to make a new customized installer package as this allows us to disable the Adobe Sign-In feature, which our agency will never use.

I am trying to use:  msiexec /i acropro.msi PATCH="Acrobat2015Upd1500630280.msp" TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst" 

The .mst file was created by the customization tool.  However, when I run this command, I get the error:

"This patch package could not be opened.  Verify that the patch package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer patch package."

I have attempted uninstall and reboot and cleaning the registry of previous installation of Adobe DC Pro without any luck.

Can someone provide guidance on how to create a new customized install with the latest patch and still have the Adobe Sign-In option disabled?

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Try this syntax:

msiexec.exe /i [UNC Path]/acropro.msi PATCH="[UNC Path]/Acrobat2015Upd1500630280.msp" TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst"

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Mar 30, 2017

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Read through the customization document and it did not help with adding the msp to the existing mst.

Also just tried the command Steve Cordero provided:

msiexec.exe /i \\[servername]\IRM\Software\Software (Documented)\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat Pro DC\Adobe Acrobat\acropro.msi PATCH="\\[servername\IRM\Software\Software (Documented)\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat Pro DC\Adobe Acrobat\Acrobat2015Upd1500630280.msp" TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst"

When I ran this, I get the Microsoft dialog box with the various switches as if the syntax is incorrect.

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Tried something different.  I copied the installation folder to my C:\ and ran the command line below.  This appears to have worked.  The About Adobe now shows the version as: 1500630280.

msiexec.exe /i C:\AdobeAcrobat\acropro.msi PATCH="C:\AdobeAcrobat\Acrobat2015Upd1500630280.msp" TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst"

Need to test for a few days to make sure the Online features don't kick in as I have seen happen before.  I will keep you posted.

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