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Acrobat Pro Mac Mini Transfer Problem

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I am trying to migrate all my stuff from my macbook pro to a mac mini server.

The migration tool refused to work. It kept telling me that one folder was the same name as the other, and no matter what name I used it said I had an identical one there. I don't know what that means, so the only application that I have a problem starting up on the new machine is Acrobat Professional 6.0.2.

I have the same program on my ibook, on my macbook pro, and I just want to use the same one. The id on my others are both the same. But missing four numbers of course, who knows where my original packaging is, its been so long.

Is there a work around for this, or a solution? We are a non-profit group and have no way of purchasing a new version or serial.
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