1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 25, 2008 5:25 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Making Dreamweaver Portable

    keith\
      Hi, all. I’ve been lurking on this forum for quite a while, and finally decided it was time to post.

      What made me decide to post is that I tested Dreamweaver to see if it would install in a portable applications virtualization app called Ceedo and run properly.

      For those of you who aren’t familiar with Ceedo, it is a portable applications virtualization application that allows you to install your applications on a USB drive and use them on any Windows 2000, XP or Vista PC. You don’t need admin rights to use Ceedo or any of the applications you have installed on your Ceedo drive.

      You can install your own applications on your Ceedo drive without any modifications at all. Ceedo supports applications such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop CS3, and more.

      Dreamweaver installs in the Ceedo environment and runs just fine.

      You can download a fully functional time limited trial of Ceedo from http://ceedo.com. Once you have installed Ceedo on your USB drive, you will need to install Argo, the Ceedo application installer in order to install Dreamweaver.
        • 1. Re: Making Dreamweaver Portable
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          And your question is..? Or did you come out of lurking just to post spam?

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          "keith" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com>" wrote in message
          news:g6c5jh$nsm$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi, all. I?ve been lurking on this forum for quite a while, and finally
          > decided
          > it was time to post.
          >
          > What made me decide to post is that I tested Dreamweaver to see if it
          > would
          > install in a portable applications virtualization app called Ceedo and run
          > properly.
          >
          > For those of you who aren?t familiar with Ceedo, it is a portable
          > applications
          > virtualization application that allows you to install your applications on
          > a
          > USB drive and use them on any Windows 2000, XP or Vista PC. You don?t need
          > admin rights to use Ceedo or any of the applications you have installed on
          > your
          > Ceedo drive.
          >
          > You can install your own applications on your Ceedo drive without any
          > modifications at all. Ceedo supports applications such as Microsoft
          > Office,
          > Photoshop CS3, and more.
          >
          > Dreamweaver installs in the Ceedo environment and runs just fine.
          >
          > You can download a fully functional time limited trial of Ceedo from
          > http://ceedo.com. Once you have installed Ceedo on your USB drive, you
          > will
          > need to install Argo, the Ceedo application installer in order to install
          > Dreamweaver.
          >