hi there

i our company we have e new version of Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard Version.

i try to repackaging the application with Wise Package Studio 7 including Hotfix.

On the website from Adobe i didn't find information to package the new Version of Adobe Acrobat.

When will be launced the new Installshild Tuner 8?

have somebody expirence with this application?

Thank you for your answers.

best regards
cryptron
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It has been released. It is no longer called install tuner. It is the customization wizard and can be found at the following link: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=3564
Answered 12/20/2006 by: rmcghee
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thank you for your post.

the adobe customization wizard 8 rocks great and is easy to use but i have one Problem.
how can i creat the xml e-licence file respectively where can i import it.

because when i try to start the application everytime pop up the e-license windows. :-(

i have a original Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard CD with valid serial key.

Thank you for your answers.

best regards.
cryptron
Answered 12/21/2006 by: cryptron
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"e-licensing" is mess - this is how it is supposed to work in a corporate environment: we already have access to Adobe's Licensing Website to retrieve serial numbers for our orders. Now, additionally, we need to create an "e-license" for each order. The e-license file is either hosted on Adobe's webserver or downloaded to a license server within your LAN - the software for this local licensing server can be downloaded for free.

On first run, Acrobat tries to download an appropriate e-license, by default, it connects to Adobe's webserver through SSL - if you want to use the local licensing server instead, you need to deploy an XML file that contains the IP address of that server. The client downloads a free e-license file from the appropriate pool, identified by the serial number, and Acrobat is activated. If your pool is empty, a temporary license (120 days) is being created.

If you want to uninstall Acrobat (new PC, crashed HD, ...), you first need to return the e-license to the pool - this process seems to be unreliable in the moment. Just had a long conversation with Adobe's hotline because my very first try to return such a license did not work at all. Adobe is "aware" of those problems, they create additional e-licenses for free if things don't work right.

Try to call Adobe on this problem:
http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/offices.html
Answered 12/21/2006 by: CarstenS
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Contact Adobe for a master exception xml file to opt out of e-licensing. This will bypass all back end licensing models.
Answered 12/27/2006 by: brryder
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Thx for your posts...

I have another question.

How can i disable the "first steps with Adobe Acrbat 8 Popup" when i start at first time the Adobe Acrobat 8.

I can set a cross. i think it must be a Registrykey but i haven't found it...

Thank you for your answers.

greets
cryptron
Answered 03/30/2007 by: cryptron
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