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    Possible to disable Adobe CS5 Extension Manager?

    Hi guys,

    We're having an issue at our school when pupils are opening up Dreamweaver it opens up the Adobe Extension Manager CS5 as it is wanting to install 'Dreamweaver HTML5 Pack Version 1.2.7'. Once they install the extension it works fine, up until the next time they log on and have to go through the same process again. This doesn't just occur when using a machine for the first time. This happens every time they log in on machines they've previously used.

    Is there something that can be done to stop this? The teachers are getting frustrated by it as the pupils get confused by it and we have exams coming up soon as well. I've not had a great deal of experience with CS5 so I thought I'd ask here to see if anyone else has had similar problems and/or a relevant solution?

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks

    Rich

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    Can this pack be downloaded from adobe.com/updates ? You may be able to deploy via script.

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