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Has anybody had any luck getting Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Flash & InDesign CS4 working? I can get Illustrator & Photoshop to work, but the others are giving me a hard time. When I do a build & run they work. But if I try on a different machine I get a "Failed to Load Core DLL" or "MFC80U.dll" or "workspace.dll" error.
Using a clean XP install on a virtual machine to package them using ZAV 8.
I've tried including the .NET framework in the packages, but still, no luck.
Supposedly these applications are supported in ZAV.
Anybody got these to work?
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I was able to virtualize all of these applications but acrobat. Due to the fact that acrobat puts the pdf writer on the machine, it does not work well as a virtualized app. How I virtualized them was I download the Adobe CS4 Deployment Toolkit and made "uberinstall" files for each application. I saved the files to an exteral hard drive where I had the source files loaded. I created a really stripped down version of WinXP on a machine (bare minimums) and loaded ZAV. I created an image of that so I could take the machine back to that image after I finished virtualizing an app. I would start ZAV and capture the before image, then run the "uberinstall" file for the app. After the "uberinstall" file ran, I would update the app and capture the difference and then build the app. I think I included flash and reader runtimes. I also included a java component on some but I don't remember which. Anyways I tested them on WinXP and Win7x64 and then worked. I loaded them up to ZCM and they seem to work really well from there. Let me know if you have any questions.
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