I cannot believe that an industry standard product cannot run on a terminal server.
Why should it? Servers usually have limited resource for graphics and other things and due to additional processes running, the performance may not be great at all, so why bother? From the point of allocating development effort it's more than logical that a company would not support a scenario that 1 out of 5000 people may use. Anyway, specific to your case you may wish to check the deployment info offered on the support pages and dev center. Within limits, the installs can be managed and the scripts modified, bypassing certain checks. This may possibly allow you to install the product ion your system. Be awre, though, that it then still would be an unsupported configuration and you cannot claim any support.
It should be supported on Terminal Server because increasingly business are heading towards this type of model. Cloud computing is the future and that is a centralised model.
A well configured terminal server outperforms workstations, and gives a far greater ROI.....that is why Adobe should support this approach
It looks like Adobe does not support this model, which basically means that I have to make an exception and run a decentralised approach for this product or to get a refund and use a more progressive product.