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    Adobe Cs3 grants full access to restriced C drive?

    I'm really beginning to regret getting a site license for CS3 Premium... Adobe's support is one of the worst I've encountered (thought I would try here again before wasting hours with them) and the software gives me endless headaches.

    The latest one is when you click on file -> open in PhotoShop Cs3 and then select the Use Adobe Dialog button, I can get unrestricted access to the C: drive.

    If I switch back to the OS dialog menu my C: is nicely locked via GP.


    Any ideas how to restrict this?

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    Re: Adobe Cs3 grants full access to restriced C drive?

    I don't use or support Adobe CS3, however could you clarify when users go to open/save work, by default does it open their My Documents folder?

    I am guessing this is more than likely the case, but if not, then of course they'll be a registry entry what Adobe CS3 should open by default.

    It might also be the case that C:\ is still accessible, because this is where templates or example illustrations may be stored (for example).

    If Adobe cannot offer a solution then I feel bad for you. Such an expensive product should be designed to operate in a domain and work within its policies.

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    Blind:

    Sorry to resurrect an old post, but is this still the case, or have Adobe released an update to fix it?

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