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can I force a bundle to end a process when the app is closed.

I have used ZAV to create virtual apps for CS4 PHOTOSHOP and another for CS4

I deploy and start these apps using ZCM

They both work ok but when they close the sometimes do not close the
photoshop.exe file or the adobe FNPlicencing (or something like that). Each
app seems to have its own FNPlicencing.exe process running. That means that
if the apps are running concurrently and one is closed it can't be restarted
without manually ending the process. Even if I could force the process
ending via the ZCM or the app itself I am unsure how to kill the relevant
licencing file since as I said there is one for each app and they have the
same name.

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Re: can I force a bundle to end a process when the app is cl

Killing the process with zenworks would probably kill both anyway... I would just pop up a message saying that both WILL be killed... how often do your users get an adobe update? shut both and install...

Or maybe if they are launched from a different executable that there is a command line to close it with the executable...? I think office had something like that, something like office.exe /word to start word, then office.exe /word /kill would kill it, (probably not like that word by word but you know what i mean)
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