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Adobe Acrobat Reader Dc And Accept The End User License Agreement

Once you start this app, you should be able to accept the EULA and Reader should launch/update. We have this problem for many users and we found it strange that if you have a file that gives the error, just open the Adobe Reader program before double-clicking it, then it would open well. Similarly, the protection mode solution would not work in our case, as it prevents users from opening a PDF file from a file share. You don`t need disks to install Adobe Reader – just uninstall it (the methods vary depending on your operating system) and download a new copy – > get.adobe.com/reader/ – and install it. You should receive the EULA once, and then everything should go as usual, with Reader`s Internet plug-ins installed simultaneously. In my scenario, I initially tried to update Reader 10.0.1 with SCUP and the update released at 10.1.0. So my custom configuration was overwritten (customizations involve accepting the license agreement by default, removing Auto Updater, and removing Protected Mode). I then had to create a custom installation with the tuning wizard with the MSI 10.1.0 file from Adobe`s FTP site. After doing so, I get the above error on computers that have never had an Acrobat. I receive this error when I try to install the Adobe Reader update. I have creative Cloud and my Adobe Acrobat is licensed and active. What`s going on? Some users have had problems with Adobe Reader X.

If you try to open some PDFs stored in a network share, you may see, “Before proceeding, you must first launch Adobe Acrobat and accept the End User License Agreement.” It seems that this is an authorization issue, because as an administrator, I don`t see the error message. However, if a user opens the PDF file at the same time in Adobe Reader (unlike Windows Explorer), they can open it. This would therefore exclude a problem of rights. It seems that Alex is right. I removed the bProtectedMode registry entry from HKLMSoftwarePoliciesadobe10.0featureLockdown and was able to open all the files without the message. However, I`m not 100% sure what this is going to do with other PDF files, as we originally disabled it to open some files. So far, this user was okay with Protected Mode ENABLED, but in a recent test, I was prevented from opening a b/c web pdf of it on my PC at my desktop…