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unattended install command for Adobe Photoshop elements 14

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Nov 05, 2015

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Hello,

I'm looking for the unattended install command for Elements 14.

Somehow I can't find any official Adobe documentation.

From previous versions I figured out to use:

oem.exe" -P PSE -UL1043-SERIALNUMBER 1057-........

Without the -UL parameter the installation works, but it installs English, and our users want Dutch...

Does anyone know?

Kind regards,

Han

We are sorry for the inconvenience that it has caused to you, I would request you to check: : Deploy Photoshop Elements | Windows for more details.

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unattended install command for Adobe Photoshop elements 14

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Hello,

I'm looking for the unattended install command for Elements 14.

Somehow I can't find any official Adobe documentation.

From previous versions I figured out to use:

oem.exe" -P PSE -UL1043-SERIALNUMBER 1057-........

Without the -UL parameter the installation works, but it installs English, and our users want Dutch...

Does anyone know?

Kind regards,

Han

We are sorry for the inconvenience that it has caused to you, I would request you to check: : Deploy Photoshop Elements | Windows for more details.

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You may use Creative Cloud packager to install Photoshop Elements 14. Here are the instructions to deploy the same Creative Cloud Help | Preparing to deploy

Moving the discussion to Deployment for Creative Cloud Team, Enterprise, & CS

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Nov 06, 2015

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Creative Cloud Package has been tried weeks ago and wasn't an option.

During the Creative Cloud Packager procedure, on the screen "Applications and updates", Elements was not listed and as pointed out by our reseller later on, that's because Elements is not a Creative cloud application.

I didn't know that yet, so on that screen "Applications and updates", I selected Add offline media. Then the path to the downloaded package had to be given, in this case the package is PhotoshopElements_14_LS28_win64.exe.

That package was not recognized as valid package, so "No products and updates added" appeared.

After I posted this, I found the solution myself:

Unpack PhotoshopElements_14_LS28_win64.exe

Edit the file \PSE 14\deploy\install\install.xml

In the line <Property name="installLanguage">en_US</Property>

Replace the country code with another valid country code (the valid codes are listed in the file)

Start the installation with:

oem.exe" -P PSE -SERIALNUMBER 1057-....

It has been frustrating for years already to find ways as an administrator to deploy Adobe products.

It can be clearly seen that Adobe's priority is selling as much as possible.

Elements 14 has been thrown on the market, and still no official documentation for admins on how to deploy it.

So, no mark as correct unfortunately

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We are sorry for the inconvenience that it has caused to you, I would request you to check: : Deploy Photoshop Elements | Windows for more details.

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Hi,


are you able to do an unattended uninstallation too?

Regards,

-M

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Jul 19, 2017

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Photoshop Elements 14....this worked for me

open a CMD window as administrator to the extracted install folder

(1)install with

start /wait OEM.exe -P PSE 1111-etc

download APTEE ( adobe_prtk.exe ) copy to the install folder

(2) generate a provider file (prov.xml) and suppress the login id with

adobe_prtk.exe --tool=VolumeSerialize --generate --serial=1111-etc --regsuppress=ss --provfilepath=C:\TEMP

then copy adobe_prtk.exe and prov.xml to same folder as the oem.exe

(3) for future machines installs just run these commands  ( for SCCM Deploy )

start /wait OEM.exe -P PSE 1111-etc

then run

adobe_prtk.exe --tool=VolumeSerialize --provfile="prov.xml"

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