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Adobe Registration Database 03 Jul 2007 06:56 #15

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Hi,



We are currently having about 20 different Adobe products which we are able to distribute to users, but i always have a problem with the Adobe Registration Database file as the syntax for me look like rubbish after the release of CS2 (haven't looked at CS3 yet).



Anyone know if it possible to have both CS2 Standard, Indesign CS2, Photoshop CS2 and Illustrator CS2 licence info written in the same reg.db., and could you then please provide me with the idea and syntax of how to put this file together?



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Adobe Registration Database 03 Jul 2007 07:30 #298

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Hi admin, this should have been posted in 3rd party software - could you please move it.



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Adobe Registration Database 30 Aug 2007 06:22 #299

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Hi Martin,
It looks as if registration data for CS3 is no longer written in the Adobe Registration Database file. I created several filesets for CS2 and CS3 software. We then combined them into groups to create the proper suites (Design, Web, Standard, Premium) according to the licenses we bought. This also makes uploading to the server a lot easier. I used the very helpful white-papers from FileWave. If you follow the instructions it works the first time. Just make a separate 'common' set, including /Library files (ARDb) to use for all users.
One thing you cannot do is have a Photoshop Std and a Photoshop Extended (Premium) at the same time, so you have to make a choice there.


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