Stop adobe reader from updating
For a full list of all the features please download the Adobe AIM (Administrators Information Manager) from to AIM, b Updater does the following "I saw an entry for the new CW - I wasn't able to find it on the Adobe Site directly, so maybe its beta or something, but in a short test it worked: t Wiz1000_en_Does Someone know how to deactivate the protected mode with the CW? Edit2: I forgot to mention that Adobe gives a hint for that in a FAQ - Mode FAQ Can Protected Mode be configured through the Customization Wizard? The registry settings to use custom policies, toggle Protected Mode, and lock the UI settings so end users can't change them are all configurable just like any other registry setting.
Good Afternoon, I am able to deploy Adobe Reader 10.0.1 (Adbe Rdr1001_en_US.exe) using SCCM and identify/incorporate turning off the "protected mode" settings now found in this package.
The only way to do this is to Add the Registry Keys during install.
Please note, that adding the registry keys will only disable the Update option in the Help Menu for Non Administrators of the computer.
Give the policy name a name, like "Disable Adobe Updates" - (TEST).
sometimes it isn't even the right time to ask me if it is OK to update. now that I have vented my frustration, again, I'd like to thank the individual who shared that. Is there any way to disable the update feature without internet access? In the Export Registry File dialog box, choose a location and type a name for the backup file, and then click Save. Locate and select the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run\ key. Right-click on update Mgr, choose Delete and click Yes. I use to love them, but lately the whole suite has become bloated and cumbersome. When the "Adode Updater" Tray Icon appears, RUN task Manager and find "Adode ARM. Please check your Internet setting or firewall." And I only get an option to "Cancel" - no preferences button! I have been using adobe products for over 13 years.The reason I need this is I have multiple users that float throughout the organization and need to be able to have this set for any/all users. At Windows 7 it is C.\Programm Data\Adobe\Setup, at Windows XP isuggest it will be Dcumetnts and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Setup.Ther you will have the rewuired MSI-File ORIGINAL: [[email protected]][email protected][/email] you can disable the protected mode with the following reg: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader.0\Privileged] "b Protected Mode"=dword:00000000 There is a special tool for disabling/enabling software updates using vendor-recommended methods (i.e. It works with Adobe, Google, Firefox and some others.