Hi, i'm trying to disable the Start meeting button using the registry hacks that were put up by JOEDOWN. but i'm not sure how to create these :

Registry929 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a0 Open Registry_Main_User
Registry930 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a1 Print Registry_Main_User
Registry931 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a2 Save Registry_Main_User
Registry932 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a3 SaveFileAs Registry_Main_User
Registry933 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a4 endDialogGroup Registry_Main_User
Registry934 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a5 AcroHLS:Prev Registry_Main_User
Registry935 1 SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons a6 AcroHLS:Next Registry_Main_User

Please advise what type of registry entries these are DWORD? STRING? etc thanks.
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Edit the .msi package in Orca or (even better) create a transform to add the registry according to the following:

Registry:
Registry929

Root:
1 (I'd recommend to set it to 2 to have the key under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE)

Key:
SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral\cToolbars\cFile\cInternalButtons

Name:
a0

Value:
Open

Component:
Registry_Main_User

And so on with every single reg key...

Or even better, use the Adobe Customization Wizard. With that tool, you're only one click away from disabling the Start Meeting button [:D]

Cheers
Roland
Answered 01/11/2007 by: rpfenninger
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Adding the keys as suggested above didnt work either, used the Customization wizard to create a transform and it works fine.

Thanks
Answered 01/12/2007 by: arovbukay
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