Acrobat 64-bit Unified Installer and Shared Device License Compatibility with Reduced Mode

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Aug 29, 2022 Aug 29, 2022

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We want to deploy the Acrobat 64-Bit Unified install in our computer labs with the option to run in reduced mode deployment activated so users don't have to login in to use it like Adobe Reader. However we also have Shared Device Licensing enabled as these are shared lab computers, but this seems to force login to launch. Are these two features incompatible with each other? Is there a way to get what we want without disabling Shared Device Licensing?

 

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Sep 02, 2022 Sep 02, 2022

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Hi,

Deploying Acrobat 64-bit in reduced mode is a great advantage. however we are currently stuck with one some issue. when deployed in reduced mode. the application is still showing as Acrobat STD / PRO (based on the installer selected). i think this will confuse the users.

wish Adobe can come with a solution to resolve this

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