Hi Together.
I need to how to disable the OnlineRegistration, which is prompted by the first start of Acrobat Standart.
Does anybody know the Value for that key ?
I could set it to "later" but this will help only temporaly and is not my suggested way.

thanks in advance

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I'm not familiar with this particular app, but this sort of thing is often done by populating the PIDKEY property, or some other property with a license key / EULA related name. I'd open up your MST (or MSI if you do not use an MST) and check the properties table. Look in there for values that seem to be related to the registration process. You'll usually end up plugging in a license key and sometimes setting a flag that indicates that the registration process has been completed. Properties such as PIDKEY can also be set in the MSIEXEC command line by adding PIDKEY=[LicenseKey]
Answered 01/19/2005 by: VikingLoki
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Thanks for the answer,
but my question is not about the Licensekey or the Eula. These both are already fixed ( I have a valid Licensenumber).
But if you start the application the first time the user get prompted to register the software online at Adobe.

Answered 01/21/2005 by: lennie
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On a PC on which you already have disable online registration,
search for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\6.0\Registration

Duplicate the content on a newly installed PC after installation, but before 1st launch.
Answered 01/21/2005 by: grm69
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This should solve your problem. Save this as .reg file and apply it. Check if the entry has been applied into registry.


Answered 01/21/2005 by: Priapus
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Everything is working fine now.

thanks to all *))
especially to Priapus, your keys did it perfect.
Answered 01/26/2005 by: lennie
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