Hello,
I’m in the process of deploying Adobe Reader 9.4.1 to several thousand PC’s in my organization. We are making the update to 9.4.1 primarily due to the known security risks from older versions and because of office application compatibility issues.
In the automated script, I modified the msi file to disable the automatic “Updater”. I’ve pushed the update to a test group and have found that some PC’s are getting the “Adobe Reader Updater” prompt although it has been disable and not present in Preferences.
Would anyone know how I can permanently disable the updater prompt via registry or some other method? I have done some research and have not found a solution. Thank you in advance.
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Check if you find something in the Package KB;
Acrobat Reader 9.x
http://itninja.com/link/adobe-reader-9.x
However; I would recommend you to deploy Adobe Reader X (10) instead.
Answered 04/20/2011 by: AngelD
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Thank you for the reply AngelD. I actually used the above link as a guide in creating the adobe deployment, I will take a closer look. Just find it very odd as to how some systems are being identified to update when the feature does not exist…
Answered 04/21/2011 by: rmstech
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