Getting Browser error with Reader 9.3

The installation goes well, but uppon trying to launch *.pdf file in a browser window I get a message that says: (Translated from Norwegian)
"This stupid version of adobe cannot and willnot run .pdf files in a browser. You need to run the lame version 8 or 9 to compute. Get bent and try again"

So why the message when I am using version 9. It has been tried in both IE and Firefox. Same error.
I have used Cust. Wizard to make an MST file and deployed it with Landesk.
Any suggestions?

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Posted by: Arvidb 13 years ago
Second Degree Blue Belt
Testing has revealed that customization wizard 9.0 probably makes a .mst file that is not working at its best.
When not using an .mst file the installation works fine. When using it, it doesn`t work. I have tried making many different versions of the .mst file without luck.
I have tried many different solutions like uninstalling older versions, uncheck and recheck the "Show PDF in Browser", Restarting and allowing 3. party bla bla..... in windows.
Posted by: Arvidb 13 years ago
Second Degree Blue Belt
Had to make the main .mst file in wise. Customization wizard from adobe was not working properly. Took the Wise generated .mst and used CustWiz to remove the update. Generated a new .mst file. Success.
I could try making the .mst file in CustWiz by adding/removing a new feature at a time and testing the installation, but i havent got the time once I found a solution.
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