Just installed Adobe Drive 4.00 for my Master Collection Version 4.0. Now I can't find anything anymore and of course have no clue how to find my old projects that I had on Adobe Drive that came with the Master Collection 4.0. Quiet frankly, that stinks!!!
...and what good does that do?
Will my question ever find an answer, "to be or not to be" that is the question! I you move my question, it does not move me.
Thanks anyway, I assume I will never get a solution to the problem, last time I waited 2 years for Adobe.
I moved your discussion to a forum which is relevant for your inquiry. You may also want to try searching the Adobe Drive forum at http://forums.adobe.com/community/creativesuites/adobe_drive to see if your inquiry has already been answered.
If you installed Adobe Drive 4 from this location: http://www.adobe.com/products/adobedrive.html ... this version of Adobe Drive is designed to work with Adobe Creative Suite 6 applications.
Were you previously using Version Cue? If so, Version Cue was discontinued when Creative Suite 5 was released. Adobe Drive 2.1 is the last release of Adobe Drive that supports working with Version Cue (Adobe Drive 2.1 is available via the downloads section on Adobe.com). We suggest that customers in this situation (still using Version Cue in their workflow) identify an asset management system to work with going forward; either from Adobe or a number of outside vendors. If you need to migrate your data from Version Cue to a new DAM server, we have an Adobe Drive Migration Tool available for download on Adobe.com (you need to install Adobe Drive 3.2 in order to install the tool – also available from the link above). Here is a link to the associated user guide where you can learn more: http://www.adobe.com/support/adobedrive/pdfs/migration-guide.pdf
Hope this helps!