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Deactivate Adobe Acrobat X Pro

Dear sirs I need to deactivate Adobe Acrobat X Pro instalation to migrate to another computer. This instalation was set as a part of volume licencing program. How can I deactivate this product, or if this isn't possible how to activate product to another ciomputer?

EDGAR MARGAN 803 days ago

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And keep your eye on the next goal: MVP

Just uninstall and clean the Acrobat X Pro from the old machine and go and install on the new machine with the help of installer
No deactivation is required in case the license is a Volume license bought under TLP or CLP


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Applications which are a part of a Volume License do not require activation, AFAIK.

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