Prevent End User Sign In on macOS

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May 23, 2022 May 23, 2022

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I have several shared computers that I manage in my workplace, we don't really do much with PDF's other than review them, so the free version of Acrobat Reader is great for us. The problem I am having is that sometimes an end user will log in to their personal pro account, the only solution I can find to get out of the login screen is to completely reinstall the program.


Using macOS Monterey, can I disable the option for the users to log in to their own account, this is becoming a bit of a headache. Our level of use does not constitute setting up a business account by any means; we've found that Adobe is better than the system default "Preview" application, but at this rate I'm going to just leave Adobe uninstalled if I can't prevent people from signin in to their own account.

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