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Adobe Acrobat 2017 Standard - Disable prompt to make acrobat my default application

07/07/2020 279 views


Hi teams,


please i have an issue when packaging Adobe Acrobat 2017 Standards in windows 10 environment.

how to disable this popup.

i changed the reg key 

Ordinateur\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\2017\AVAlert\cCheckBox 

"iAppDoNotTakePDFOwnershipAtLaunchWin10"=dword:00000001


but nothing changed.




ATKeNELypu25AAAAAElFTkSuQmCC




Yo0MAUPAEDAEDAFD4LQjMGpEudPeQ+uAIWAIGAKGgCFgCDSEgJF6QzBZI0PAEDAEDAFDYOIjYKQ+8cfIemgIGAKGgCFgCDSEgJF6QzBZI0PAEDAEDAFDYOIjYKQ+8cfIemgIGAKGgCFgCDSEgJF6QzBZI0PAEDAEDAFDYOIjYKQ+8cfIemgIGAKGgCFgCDSEwP8BxoZHSOUHSjsAAAAASUVORK5CYII=


for Adobe Acrobat DC it work but not for Acrobat 2017.

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We had this issue in the past where if you double click a pdf to open, Adobe will not self heal and thus the setting will not be applied. Users normally open a pdf via this method, very seldom have I seen a user open Acrobat and then go file open.

You could use Active Setup, but from what I recall from my testing, the overhead of Acrobat doing a self-heal or a active setup cost is too high to be a viable option.

In the end, we opted to use GPO to push out the key. This would mean the registry key is enforced, and has a low overhead cost = happy user.



Answered 07/08/2020 by: rileyz
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