I've used this program: http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/licensing.html
and it's mentioned on the TCS User's Group site (by me).
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On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 12:21 PM, Linda G. Gallagher <lindag at techcomplus.com
> Since hearing about some problems with TCS 2, I'm concerned about the issue
> below that I've encountered. A quick look at the Adobe forums didn't garner
> an answer.
> I have a fully licensed version of TCS2 on my laptop. I first installed it
> as the trial version, then entered my serial number when I got it.
> I've not had any issues with testing out RH and FM, but I notice now when I
> open Distiller, I'm being asked for a serial number. I'm able to open all
> other parts of TCS 2, including RH, FM, Acrobat (not Distiller), PhotoShop,
> and Captivate. These all recognize that I've already entered a serial
> number. Only Distiller does not.
> I understand that the problems I've heard about started with licensing
> issues with Acrobat. I've also heard that some of the solutions to this
> problem cause more problems.
> Does anyone know of a script that will fix this licensing issue with
> Distiller and not hose up my TCS 2 installation and my laptop?
> Thank you for your help.
> Linda G. Gallagher
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