please confirm if you are using this commandline - "adobe_prtk --tool=UnSerialize --leid=Photoshop-CS6-Mac-GM [ --locale=en_US ]" to unserialize the CS6 product. use LEID of suite/product which you have used to create the AAMEE package.
please refer to these document for detailed information on PRTK usage for managing licenses.
if you still see an issue, please send across amt3.log and oobelib.log
It should be located at
/tmp/oobelib.log on OSX
%TEMP%\oobelib.log on Windows.
Rahul | email@example.com | Adobe Systems
First of all some basics about our procedure.
We deploy a serialized version of Master Collection packaged using AAMEE3.0.
Once successfully installed we run this command:
adobe_prtk --tool=UnSerialize --leid=MasterCollection-CS6-Win-GM
to unserialize Master Collection. This gives the return code 0 and leaves us with a trial version.
We then want to serialize to eg. Design & Web Premium - using the Provisioning Tool - and the Master Collection CS6 Install using this command:
adobe_prtk --tool=Serialize --leid=DesignWebSuitePremium-CS6-Win-GM --serial=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx --firstname.lastname@example.org
This gives the return code 0.
If we then use the Provisioning Tool to unserialize Design & Web Premium using this command:
adobe_prtk --tool=UnSerialize --leid=DesignWebSuitePremium-CS6-Win-GM
this gives the return code 6.
According to the oobelib.log this should be due to the LEID not being valid.
I don't have a clean oobelig.log and amt3.log at the moment, but could prepare one if you want to take a look at it.
Is it no longer possible to serialize to a different package using the Master Collection-install?
This procedure worked in CS5.5 where we use it today.
It seems that the current version of Provisioning Tool can't unserialize.
This should be fixed in a release later this year.