I keep getting the attached error every day, I have search for a resolution and can not find one. I have uninstalled, reinstalled. Did the full uninstall and reinstall, it even popup after that before I reinstalled. Just want to fix/stop it.
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
Any help would be great.
As per the issue description mentioned above, you are getting above mentioned error on your windows machine, is that correct?
Could you check if an update is available for Acrobat using "Check for updates" option under "Help" menu, You may also download updates from here: Adobe software and product updates
Reboot the machine after installing update and check.
Also, check if full trust notifier.exe exists under C/program files/windows apps/acrobat notification client,....
There are no updates available.
yes the FullTrustNotifier.exe exists in that location.
I was contacted via https://forums.adobe.com/collaboration/XXXXXX?et=notification.direct.message (seem legit) and asked for my Skype or Hangout ID ( a bit shaky) . I gave them the Hangout id, and then wanted want my Adobe Username and password, this seem very strange and out of the norm, is this the way Adobe operates? I ended the conversation.
I still this original issue resolved.
No, Adobe doesn't do that. Likely a scam.
try to delete this key instead:
you can always go to edit then find and look for "Notificationappx"
Can you please share the following details to help us resolve this issue:
1. What is the OS version running on your machine. (See link to get exact version)
2. Open Command prompt (Cmd) and run the command mentioned below.
powershell.exe Get-AppxPackage -Name *AcrobatNotificationClient*
Look for "Version” entry in the command output and share the version number with us.
3. What is the frequency of this error message
4. Since when did the error start popping up
Editons Windows 10 Pro
OS Build 17134.471
Adobe Version 22.214.171.124
Its seems to happen every day just after boot up. But today it did not.
Happen since I first install adobe.
Thank you for the quick response.
Based on the details shared by you, please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Uninstall "Notification Manager for Adobe Acrobat"
Click on start menu -> Search for above app -> Right click-> Uninstall.
Step 2: Delete the following registry key
This should resolve the issue.
so far so good
hello! i'm having a similar issue... can you help me? I recently uninstalled a trial version of the Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and since then this ~app~ "Notification Manager for Adobe Acrobat" simply doesn't go away from my star menu. I tried so many times to uninstall it but I can't, it remains every time. I looked for the key u guys talked about and I could not find it on my PC. it's really annoying... do you have some idea of what can I do about it?
When I run powershell.exe Get-AppxPackage -Name *AcrobatNotificationClient*
I get no response.
Also, I don't have "Notification Manager for Adobe Acrobat" installed and I don't have that registry key you mentioned.
But, I still get the message. I'm running Windows Home v 1809 build 17763.557.
How do I stop the message? Should I install "Notification Manager for Adobe Acrobat" and then delete it?
You need to run Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers -Name *AcrobatNotificationClient* as I'm guessing you are running PowerShell as a different user than the user who has installed the application.
I have a similar issue. I have Notification Manager for Adobe Creative Cloud installed alongside my Creative Cloud application. When I uninstall the Notification Manager, it goes away, but once I relaunch Creative Cloud app, it reappears.
Apparently Adobe suggests modifying the registry to fix this annoying problem. If this is the kind of expertise needed to fix an Adobe product, Adobe is obviously not for the average user.