Adobe InDesign should be the last of the Adobe CS3 applications that I’ll have to sequence and like Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat, I had the same issues with sequencing and running the application on the client. So I don’t have to repeat myself, check out those posts first and here are the basics for sequencing InDesign CS3.
InDesign has a couple of copies of FILEINFO.DLL that you’ll need to create manifest files for when sequencing, so place the manifest files here:
- Y:\00000011\Adobe\Adobe Bridge CS3\fileinfo.dll.manifest
- Y:\00000011\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CS3\fileinfo.dll.manifest
Running on the client
As with Illustrator and Photoshop you’ll also need to ensure that these files exist on the client:
Although these files are picked up by the Sequencer and added to the VFS, the application won’t run without them being located on the client outside of the protected environment.