Hi all, I have setup a chained installation of Adobe Acrobat Pro 7 with the three updates, this works fine at the moment, however I want to disable the online registration popup that happens when a user first runs Acrobat. Any ideas?
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I am not positive on this, but for the Adobe Acrobat I am installing I have the Gold CD with one key for licensing. It does not ask for registration. I use the Adobe InstallShield Tuner to suppress the EULA. This has worked for me. I also am using the chained install for this. I am looking for a way to package it all-in-one. Hope this helps.
Answered 10/12/2005 by: madsquirrel21
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I don't have a problem suppressing the EULA etc in the install process, the install runs great with just a progress bar visible to let anyone nearby the PC know why the HDD is thrashing like it's about to pop. The problem is the online registration that you get prompted for the first time you run the program, I want to turn this off through an install switch or something. Thanks for the reply though, I am not alone!!! [8D]
Answered 10/13/2005 by: estevens
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