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    Adobe Premiere Pro with Deepfreeze on Domain

    I'm running a high school network that has a digital media department. I've just built all new machines in there capable of doing media editing. We use a lot of photoshop, and Premiere Pro on a daily basis. The problem is that we also use Deepfreeze and the computers are on a Windows Domain.

    What I'd like to do is have Premiere Pro CS3 installed on a few machines [mind you I'm still trying to get a hold of educational licences for CS3], and have any user able to edit. But I can't have the users set as Administrators either, they need to be just a normal user. But either way, no matter what permissions they have, the users receive a registration error in Premiere when they try to launch it, and it asks to be reinstalled. I've seen this problem before on a few forums, but I'm not sure how I can make it work.

    Does anyone have any tips for installing Adobe Premiere Pro on a Windows Domain with Deepfreeze?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Adobe Premiere Pro with Deepfreeze on Domain

    I'd suggest asking the question on the Adobe Premiere Pro forum. Go to the Adobe website and click on forums.

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    Re: Adobe Premiere Pro with Deepfreeze on Domain

    Sounds good. I've done that as well but figured I'd try as many places as I could. Thanks!

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    Re: Adobe Premiere Pro with Deepfreeze on Domain

    Try setting users as local administrators, so they can write to the local hard disk. This is perfectly normal practice as many applications need to be able to write locally.

    http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?nam...wtopic&t=13427

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