I attempted to transfer my license for Adobe Creative Suite 2 from my old computer to my new one here at work.
Apparently I've done something wrong, because now when I attempt to use Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional it will allow me to use the program for about 30 seconds, then it will stop me with the error message that I've uploaded a screenshot for.
I've followed that pop up through until I get the following message:
"Too Many Activations
The maximum number of activations allwed for this copy of Adobe Creative Suite has already been reached...
blah blah blah...
Click the Phone Activation button to speak with one of our Customer Care representatives"
I've called twice and they've given me authorization codes after which the program will work for about 5 minutes and then lock me out again. Funny thing is is that the rest of my Creative Suite 2 programs work properly.
I'm beginning to suspect that the problem has to do with the fact that I have (for whatever reason) two versions of Adobe Acrobat installed - Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional (apparently associated with my CS2 install) and Adobe Acrobat 9 Standard.
I only use these programs to view .pdf files and that's it. Acrobat 9 Standard works fine, but I can't find a way to make it my default program for .pdf files.
How can I either make Acrobat 9 my default for .pdf's or how can I resolve the too many activations issue?