I would also be very interrested by an answer on this question...
I have an official version of Golive 8 that I can't use anymore with Mountain Lion.
So I reinstalled a version of Snow Leopard on a new partition but coudn't open my old Golive anymore (library error)
I tried to reinstal Golive on the same partition as Snow Leopard.
The installation was OK but the online confirmation doen't work anymore and when I called Adobe they told me that the activation servers are closed... ans they can't give me an activation code anymore !
Is there a way to bypass this and to activate my version of Golive ?
I suppose there shoud be a "registration file" somewhere on my old system (now Mountain Lion) can this be used on my fresh installed Snow Leopard ? An if yes, how ?
Susanne: I am unsure about your issue, because you should not be caught up in the CS2 issue mentioned below, but you may; as far as I remember, GoLive 9 was a standalone application, all by itself outside the CS series. I have alerted Adobe staff about it, so I hope someone can give you an answer soon.
Daniel: I believe you are caught up in this CS2 issue:
It works for me.
Thank you very much Jacob
You are welcome, Daniel.
It just occurred to me that it may be worth trying to follow the first link in the thread mentioned,
and hope that GoLive 9 is included although unmentioned.