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    Adobe CS4, windows 7, and the never ending "Register"..

    We've just rolled out a test suite of Win7 over the top of our WinVistargh setup - a few glitches in evidence, but once again the darn Adobe CS4 suite "register" nag is bugging each and every new user that logs in...now, on the reference PC, pre image, we registered it, and it went away. How on earth can we kill the thing off for users post-build? Anyone got any ideas?

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    Can you deploy this via GPO using an MSI created with Adobe's stupid tool. Thats what you do with CS5, which removes all the popups etc when you first run Adobe?

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    If you use the deployment tool and create an install package, you can silently install on your image machine and use the suppression options.

    That's what we did on our windows 7 image with cs4 master collection and it's fine.



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