This post advises why you may need to update the Adobe Unit Types.osax file & how to do so using Casper.
The Adobe Unit Types.osax file that shipped with Photoshop CS4 and CS3 is a 32-bit component. Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) requires some 64-bit scripting environments.
This file is placed in /Library/ScriptingAdditions/ & can cause Applescripts to fail to run.
Both Adobe & JAMF have posted help docs on how to fix this & this post is to advise how I’ve deployed to corrected osax file to affected machines.
We need to have different configurations etc based on the major european languages.
We were orignally looking at setting the OS Language via the custom os install options, but have been advised by JAMF that this does not work.
So we needed a work around to achieve the same.
I’ve got this working by narrowing it down to 4 plists… I’m then editing these for each language needed & making Composer dmg’s of each plist to distribute.
The upside of using this method is that we can use a single config per OS version with smart configs based on it that change the language as required.
Basically, make the changes & copy the below files: