You can install Adobe LeanPrint in an interactive UI mode, reduced mode, silent mode, or basic mode. Administrators can select an installation mode based on whether they want the users to provide any inputs during installation or not.

Install Adobe LeanPrint in interactive UI mode

Close all supported applications before starting. If any applications are open, you’ll be prompted to close them to continue. You’ll need administrator privileges to install the software. Log in as an administrator or run the batch file with admin privileges.

  1. Navigate to the deployment folder and double-click the <groupName>-Installer.bat file. The Installer starts and the welcome screen displays.

    Installation Welcome Screen
  2. Click Next. The License agreement screen displays.

    License Agreement Screen
  3. Accept the license agreement and click Next. The install location screen displays.

    Installation Location Screen
  4. Click Next to install at the default location. To modify the location click Change and navigate to the folder to install. The install summary screen displays.

    Installaiton Summary Screen
  5. Click Install. The completed screen displays after installation is over.

    Installation Complete Screen
  6. After installation is complete click Finish.

Install Adobe LeanPrint in other UI modes

Apart from the interactive UI mode, you can install Adobe LeanPrint in one of the following three installation modes:

  • Reduced mode (recommended)
  • Silent mode
  • Basic mode

None of these modes require user input. As the administrator, you must add specific options to the installation batch file to enable installation in these modes.

Note: If you are using any one of these installation modes and want to change the pre-defined installation location or folder, change the value of the following setting in the batch file and then run the file.

  • Setting Name: OPT_INSTALLDIR
  • Description: Adobe LeanPrint Installation directory path.
  • Value: Installation location where product will be installed. Max length is 180 characters.
    Default path is %programfiles%\Adobe\Adobe LeanPrint
    Note that Adobe LeanPrint does not currently support Unicode paths containing characters from other locales.
  • Example: set OPT_INSTALLDIR=%ProgramFiles%\Adobe

Reduced mode (recommended)

This is the recommended mode of installation, preferred over the silent and basic mode for enterprise-wide deployment (performed via SMS, etc.). In this mode, the user is shown a dialog box with a progress bar and a Cancel button. The user is prompted to close the supported running applications.

To enable the reduced mode, ensure that the installation batch file has the /s /v"/qr" option added at the places highlighted by the red arrows in the batch file screenshot below.

Setup batch file

Example: "%~dp0\bin\AdobeLeanPrint-Package-x86.exe" /s /v"/qr" /v" /…"

Silent mode

No UI is shown to the user in this mode. The silent mode is not the recommended mode of installation. This mode should only be used when the IT admin is sure that no conflicting apps are running on the system during the installation.

To enable the silent mode, ensure that the installation batch file has the /s /v"/qn" option added at the places highlighted by the red arrows in the batch file screenshot below.

Setup batch file

Example: "%~dp0\bin\AdobeLeanPrint-Package-x86.exe" /s /v"/qn" /v"/…"

Basic mode

In this mode, the user is shown a dialog box with a progress bar and a Cancel button. The user is not prompted to close the supported running applications.&nbsp; The basic mode is not the recommended mode of installation. This mode should only be used when the IT admin is sure that no conflicting apps are running on the system during the installation.

To enable the basic mode, ensure that the installation batch file has the /s /v"/qb" option added at the places highlighted by the red arrows in the batch file screenshot below.

Setup batch file

Example: "%~dp0\bin\AdobeLeanPrint-Package-x86.exe" /s /v"/qb" /v"/…"

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