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We just rolled out 20 users of Windows 7 on vmware view 5.2

The problem we are having is the client forgot to tell me that he wants Adobe Standard loaded on each of the computer because he has 20 individual copies of Adobe 9 standard.  Well I don't want to have enter 20 key codes every time I recompose.  Is there a way to switch the license.

Any thoughts would be appreciated
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This is what I've done in other environments

http://www.patrickkremer.com/?p=758
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Will this work on the older versions of Adobe such as Adobe standard 9??
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I can't say for sure, I was working with Adobe 10 at the time.
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link provided some help
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