Manju

Adobe Photoshop CS2 Lite Version

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Hi, Well this is my first posting on msfn.

I would like describe u all how to make a Adobe Photoshop CS2 Lite Version, i.e, No Adobe Bridge, Adobe Stock Photography and Adobe Help Center.

-> Copy the contents of the photoshop CS2 to folder (Say C:\PS9).

-> Make an administrative Installation of the photoshop

-> fire a cmd prompt & type msiexec /a "adobe photoshop CS2.msi"

-> follow the onscreen instructions and choose the network directory as C:\PS9Lite or something you wish)

-> The setup will install the necessary files.

-> Now Copy the Adobe Common Files folder to the C:\PS9Lite folder.

-> From PS9Lite run the adobe photoshop CS2.msi or whatever msi file exist there.

-> the installation will give an error as cannot copy the file photoshop.cer, just ignore it, no problem. (in the msi file the path to the photoshop.cer there is a space included, u have to remove it in order to avoid the above error)

-> after the setup is complete, fire up the photoshop cs2 shortcut from the startmenu.

-> you will notice that no helpcenter, bridge, stock photography will be installed.

hope this method will workout for many.

Manju

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Good work - keep it going. And post more simple instructions please. But like I say - keep it going. ;)

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Hi, Well this is my first posting on msfn.

I would like describe u all how to make a Adobe Photoshop CS2 Lite Version, i.e, No Adobe Bridge, Adobe Stock Photography and Adobe Help Center.

-> Copy the contents of the photoshop CS2 to folder (Say C:\PS9).

-> Make an administrative Installation of the photoshop

-> fire a cmd prompt & type msiexec /a adobe photoshop CS2.msi

-> follow the onscreen instructions and choose the network directory as C:\PS9Lite or something you wish)

-> The setup will install the necessary files.

-> Now Copy the Adobe Common Files folder to the C:\PS9Lite folder.

-> From PS9Lite run the adobe photoshop CS2.msi or whatever msi file exist there.

-> the installation will give an error as cannot copy the file photoshop.cer, just ignore it, no problem.

-> after the setup is complete, fire up the photoshop cs2 shortcut from the startmenu.

-> you will notice that no helpcenter, bridge, stock photography will be installed.

now, i would try to install photoshop without imageready and post it on my next post.

hope this method will workout for many.

Manju

i am dreaming of photoshop being portable :whistle: that will own B)

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you can get portable pshop!

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You joined the group in August 2005, and posting now.

Anyway thanks,

Your first post is great.

Pawan

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Wow I love to have one.

I tried as instructed a few times, but Ionly get this.... :cry:

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Wow I love to have one.

I tried as instructed a few times, but Ionly get this.... :cry:

clipboard012vc.jpg

Well, u have to use the following syntax:

msiexec /a "adobe photoshop cs2.msi" from the original photoshop cs2 folder.

the above statement will make an administrative installation of photoshop only.

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Manju

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msiexec /a adobe photoshop cs2.msi from the original photoshop cs2 folder

Tried that already, but when pressing OK nothing happens. But that won't stop me fo r trying again. thanks.

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ok.... I created C:\PS9. Copied the diskcontent to that folder.

hit cmd--> typed: msiexec /a Adobe Photoshop cs2.msi

Still the same message. When hit OK nothing happens.

msiexec /a C:\PS9\adobe photoshop cs2.msi gives the same message.

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if ur using the cmd box and u have spaces in ur folder location u should enclose it in " eg

msiexec /a "C:\PS9\adobe photoshop cs2.msi"

hope that helps.

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How is it possible to create an Adobe Photoshop CS2 Lite installation - yet still keep the Adobe Help Center?

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How is it possible to create an Adobe Photoshop CS2 Lite installation - yet still keep the Adobe Help Center?

Hi

Just make an administrative installation of adobe helpcenter and and install it manually.

i think it will work, well i will try it and make sure it works

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Manju

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you can get portable pshop!

how? havve u done it?

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