I'm virtualizing Adobe Captivate 5, which includes Adobe Media Encoder. During virtualization, when I launch AME, I get a message:

Adobe Media Encoder is not being run from the default installation location. This is not a supported configuration."

I never changed the installation location for Captivate... it's going to wherever Adobe has it set to go.

After I hit OK (that's my only choice, no "Don't show me this message again") the app seems to be OK... so if there's a way to change a registry key or something and just get rid of that message, that would probably be fine.
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Changing registry if incorrectly done can cause serious problems.
Before changing the registry always make it a point to make back up.
Here the steps.
- Start RegEdit and export the key you want to modify by following the steps in the "Backup By Exporting a Portion of the Registry" section above.
- Select the entry you want to modify.
- Right-click on the entry and select Modify.
- In the "Value data" box, make the change.
NOTE: if you are changing a path, verify that is correct before you change the Registry.
- Click OK.
- Exit Registry Editor.
Answered 06/08/2011 by: McRaeEthan
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