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    Problems with installing Adobe master collection CS3 on server 2003

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    We have purchased the Adobe Master Collection CS3 suite with a site licence for the school.

    I can install all of the software apart from the Photoshop cs3 part of it.

    The error I get is that windows Xp and vista are only supported.

    I have spoken to Adobe and they say that server 2003 is not a supported operating system and they are unable to advise me on how to do this.

    Can anyone help me to get this version of Photoshop on to the server. I have got a valid site licences key for the adobe master collection suite.

    Steve

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    Easy peasy to get around it as we have.
    Look in the payloads dir then select the folder of the app with the nasty requirements. Inside you will see a xml file with "proxy" in the name. Open it in notepad then search for
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    Look inside that area and you should see "Exclude":true for server 2003. Change that to false and it should allow it.

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    Thanks for the reply

    I am new to this.

    is there ay way you can give me a step by step guide on how to install this cd into the server.

    As I am struggeing with this.

    or if you have a contact number that would be great.

    Thanks

    Steve




    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Easy peasy to get around it as we have.
    Look in the payloads dir then select the folder of the app with the nasty requirements. Inside you will see a xml file with "proxy" in the name. Open it in notepad then search for
    Code:
    Look inside that area and you should see "Exclude":true for server 2003. Change that to false and it should allow it.

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