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    how do i license adobe 5.5 after sysprep

    Hi Everyone,

    We just upgraded all our PCs to Windows 7 and the only thing i set up on the base image was Adobe CS 5.5 mainly because of its size. The images in this school have never been syspreped with windows XP so activating adobe has never been much of an issue but since I rebuilt all images from scratch and syspreped them i noticed that the license information on CS 5.5 gets removed.

    I cant use Enterprise Application manager because it only supports CS6. I also tried capturing before and after snapshots but that also didnt help.

    Any suggestions?....apart from doing it manually on 400PCs

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    Theres lots of different versions for Enterprise Application manager each for a different version of CS. And to make things a bigger pain, it's a PITA to change your version of EAM on the PC you are using.

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    thanks sparky, any tips?

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