I haven't induced lactation, but I am trying to relactate from a very small amount. With hard work and determination I'm certain you can at least give your baby some milk, and that is so very important. Some moms have gone all the way to a full supply, but it's not easy. It can be done, and no you probably won't meet any resistance from most women here on these boards. We are pro-breastfeeding and will be here to support you through your journey.
What I suggest is renting a hospital grade pump like the Medela Symphony, pumping at least 10 times for 10 - 15 minutes per session a day to start (combining that with hand expression to maximize milk output) and drinking a lot of water. Pump at least every two hours during the day and every 3 - 4 hours at night.
You can also do something called "power pumping" which is pumping for 10 minutes, then turning off the machine, then pumping again for 10 minutes, turning the machine off, etc etc...This is to mimic a baby's natural nursing pattern during a growth spurt. It's known as cluster feeding.
Some mothers have found that taking supplements such as fenugreek, goat's rue and even some prescription drugs can help give their supply a boost.
I think the SNS (supplemental nursing system) is a WONDERFUL idea to help you get breast stimulation and give baby the expressed milk you produce during your wait, and all the while you are building up supply.
If you have to supplement with formula, it's not the end of the world. Breast milk is of course the best thing, even if the baby is not biologically your own, but don't let anyone tell you you are a bad mommy if you must supplement.
Best of luck and congratulations on your selfless decision to adopt. I am sure you will be a wonderful parent.