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    What's wrong with CS3 and what's Adobe doing?

    Some of you may already have seen this or even experienced similar problems

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    Re: What's wrong with CS3 and what's Adobe doing?

    I'm still wondering why SMT bought us a site license for this (£5k wasted) when only 50 / 500 machines can run it (we are a thin client site and adobe restricts install on server os). We already have a license for 30 machines. muppets.

    I await adobe office
    http://news.zdnet.co.uk/software/0,1...9288562,00.htm

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    Re: What's wrong with CS3 and what's Adobe doing?

    my friend purchased one from adobe store he ahs this problem adobe say they can't do anything at the moment.

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