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Hi All,

I am installing Adobe Professional 7.0 in /jm switch, I have advertised all the features and shortcuts, only one shortcut is working fine other 2 shortcuts are throwing error as "Not valid serial number". I have edited the Abcpy.ini and given all the info correct.

Can any one tell me what may be the problem.

Thanks,
Harsha
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Hi Harsha,
are you using other switches like '/q' too?
AFAIK, 'Abcpy.ini' is only read in silent modes.
Regards, Nick
Answered 03/01/2007 by: nheim
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I have worked the same way with Adobe Reader 7.0 its working fine.
I am not using any /q switch with this.
Answered 03/02/2007 by: alwaysharsha
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Iworking fine other 2 shortcuts are throwing error as "Not valid serial number". I have edited the

If you not already have done so use Adobe deployment kit to make the changes to your package!!!
If im not mistaking i think you have a option there to add the sn


Hope this helps you
Answered 03/02/2007 by: Bankeralle
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Hi Harsha,
you can't just compare Reader and Acrobat! Reader is freeware and has no hassle with serial#!
First of all: Please read this page carefully: http://itninja.com/link/partners
Second: Use Tuner to generate the settings you need into a MST.
Third: From my notes: Did not need 'Abcy.ini' for Acrobat 7. The serial# is handled with this property: ISX_SERIALNUMBER:xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx
Regards, Nick
Answered 03/02/2007 by: nheim
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