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Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

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Old 08-09-2011
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Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment
  

In our office we are effectively running the Reader 9.4.5 on our LAN, deployed by the use of GPO. I encompass Reader X customized through the admin kit and I've pressed it out toward our test group using GPO. Up to now so good. I'd be concerned to recognize if whichever of you have deployed Reader X on top of your LAN and if there were whichever problems.

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Re: Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

Leaving a few months the X version of Acrobat Reader is the time to deploy web applications on clients in order to make the network available to all users with the new release. Plan the deployment of new software without interrupting users' work is an important aspect for the image and efficiency of the IT department. A 'functional and quick installation that provides users with the most commonly used options is the goal to keep in mind when working with a global impact on the network.
From the Internet to download the required software consists of two main components.
  • Adobe Customization Wizard that allows the customization of Acrobat Reader.
  • Acrobat Reader X located in the desired language.
  • For deployment, the Active Directory environment.
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Re: Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

When we first organized Reader X we ran into situations with our Win7 users. The plan was to let the provision redesign itself (we're too small to have the chance to prod out redesigns for every little item), but it could unfailingly instant for admin rights on non-admin users, which was a pain. Luckily, as of the 10.1 upgrade, Adobe has adapted the updater for the purpose that it no longer needs admin rights and will noiselessly overhaul out of sight at any rate within 10.x; a move to, declare, 11.0 will need admin rights again).
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Re: Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

Adobe is beginning to copy MS for their instructive authorizing. Cheerfully, they'll do the same for corporate authorizing.
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Re: Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

After installing the new Adobe Reader X can occur under Windows XP, that when you open a PDF document from a network drive, with the message "Opening this document is an error. Access is denied. "Welcomes. Apparently it comes with Windows XP for this behavior, if enabled protected mode will attempt to open the Adobe Reader 10.0 on a DFS share (\ \ Domäne.tld \ DFSROOT \ share) a PDF document.
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Re: Acrobat Reader X on a LAN environment

PDF Creator has been installed on the server and is available as a shared printer on a Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 with all updates installed. The PDF is saved in the user's personal network drive. My PC is Windows XP SP3 with all updates and Adobe Reader X.
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