Hello,
I'm working on a deploy for Acrobat X for our organization and am struggling with one part in particular - disabling all browser integration.

In previous versions I have used "DISABLE_BROWSER_INTEGRATION=YES" after the MSI in the batch and it's done the trick, doesn't seem to be working in X. I'm running: msiexec /i "AcroPro.msi" DISABLE_BROWSER_INTEGRATION=YES TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst" /qn /L*v C:\temp\adobe10.update.log

I have also tried run:
msiexec /i {AC76BA86-7AD7-1033-7B44-A91000000001} REMOVE=ReaderBrowserIntegration /q
after the install

And added
DISABLE_BROWSER_INTEGRATION=YES into setup.ini

While these settings seem to be achieving the required results (PDF links online open in Acrobat instead of inside the browser. The issue is that the settings are not updating under edit - preferences - internet.

We would like to make the setting change and have the change be reflected in the program, thus enabling users and/or support to see what the options are and modify if necessary.

Let me know if I’m being unclear here or if anyone can offer any advice.

Thanks!
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My guess would be, this is a registry entry.
Use Procmon to filter out the changes when you make the change manually and then add it to the MST.
Answered 01/09/2012 by: andemats
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You haven't mentioned the magic words ' CustmoizationWizard' - so I'm guessing that you aren't using the tool provided by Adobe to customise installations.

You can download it here

It provides tick box selections for options such as browser integration and provides the output in an MST - it will make everything alot easier.

Hope that helps,

Dunnpy
Answered 01/10/2012 by: dunnpy
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This has been already discussed on AppDeploy.

Look for the below registry :
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\10.0\Originals]
"bBrowserIntegration"=dword:00000000

If changes in the above value make difference to how you view the 'Preferences' section, then you can include it in your MST.
Answered 01/10/2012 by: SandeepPanat
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Thanks for everyone's replys. I am using the Adobe Customization Wizard, that is how the MST was generated.

I was hoping it could be set in the customization wizard or another method so that the option would be a part of the install for the machine instead of a reg hack. The only issue with the reg hack approach is that it will be per user that logs on as it's in Current User.

I know I could include the reg hack in the MST but wouldn't it only work for the user that ran the install? How can I get this setting to apply to all users on a machine.

Thanks for the help!
Answered 01/10/2012 by: jocken
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Thanks for everyone's replys. I am using the Adobe Customization Wizard, that is how the MST was generated.

I was hoping it could be set in the customization wizard or another method so that the option would be a part of the install for the machine instead of a reg hack. The only issue with the reg hack approach is that it will be per user that logs on as it's in Current User.

I know I could include the reg hack in the MST but wouldn't it only work for the user that ran the install? How can I get this setting to apply to all users on a machine.

Thanks for the help!
Answered 01/10/2012 by: jocken@sah.com
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I found it in the customization wizard. Under Online and Acrobat.com Features --> DISPLAY PDF IN - Disable

Tested and that makes the setting stick for all users, instead of the logged in user when the Reg Hack runs.

I have a few more settings that we'd like to customize per machine instead of the through the registery -
does anyone know if there is a way to configure the following in the MST or if it can be done though reg?

-uncheck allow fast web view and allow speculative downloading in the background under the Internet settings
-select use single-key acceslerators to access tools and make hand tool select text & images under General. Also under general - uncheck "show me messages when I launch Adobe"

Thanks again for the help!
Answered 01/10/2012 by: jocken
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I found it in the customization wizard. Under Online and Acrobat.com Features --> DISPLAY PDF IN - Disable

Tested and that makes the setting stick for all users, instead of the logged in user when the Reg Hack runs.

I have a few more settings that we'd like to customize per machine instead of the through the registery -
does anyone know if there is a way to configure the following in the MST or if it can be done though reg?

-uncheck allow fast web view and allow speculative downloading in the background under the Internet settings
-select use single-key acceslerators to access tools and make hand tool select text & images under General. Also under general - uncheck "show me messages when I launch Adobe"

Thanks again for the help!
Answered 01/10/2012 by: jocken@sah.com
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I found all the reg changes necessary for these settings using procmon and will just apply in group policy preferences to make sure all users get the required settings. Thanks again for the help :)
Answered 01/11/2012 by: jocken
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I found all the reg changes necessary for these settings using procmon and will just apply in group policy preferences to make sure all users get the required settings. Thanks again for the help :)
Answered 01/11/2012 by: jocken@sah.com
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