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Well, actually it's the other way around: The machine listing the third-party content is frakked up. It should by no means be shown separately in the install database, only during the install itself. The third-party content refers to the CC plugins, Keylight, Color Finesse and a few presets/ templates and I'm reasonably sure they already are properly on the second system.
> It should by no means be shown separately in the install database
That's not true for one case.
If you install After Effects in trial mode, the third party content won't be installed. But it leaves the third party content installer on your machine so that when you add a serial number the plug-ins can be added. This causes a new installer to run, so it will be registered (and need to be uninstalled) separately from the main installer.
Frederick- Verify that both machines have the third party plug-ins that Mylenium listed. If it's not on the second machine you probably have it in trial mode and need to serialize. (If not, try uninstalling and reinstalling After Effects from the Master Collection package.)
Yes, of course you are right. That occured to me after I had written my initial post. ;-)
Thank you... I did run the first install as a trial before activating