Wiped hard drive before deactivating software by mistake

Sossity

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May 12, 2010
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I accidentally wiped a hard drive clean and reinstalled the osx on it before deactivating some of my software, and now fear I may have used up the allowed 2 computer install limit of it.

Is there a way I can fix this?

I know I goofed here, I do have a time machine backup of it with all my other apps I made before wiping the hard drive. I thought,

if I used the migration assistant to install all my apps and documents again, and them go in and deactivate the software,

and then do a rewipe of the hard drive and reinstall of the osx again on the hard drive would fix this?
 

strayts

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Oct 5, 2011
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Is it Adobe CC you're talking about? There's a 'log out of all' function if it detects more than 2 computers trying to use the same license.
 

Sossity

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yes, the apps were; adobe cs6 design suite, expression media, media pro, and itunes