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Acrobat reader doesn't install on windows 10

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Hello,

 

Installation of Acrobad Reader that is retrieved via https://get.adobe.com/reader/ keeps failing on windows 10 - pro version 22H2 - 19045.2546.

Installer indicates that already a newer version was installed. As shown below. I ussed Adobe cleaning tool ; reinstalled it but always the same result. 

 

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I updated C++ redistributions as adviced in some post but no improvement.

I digged deeper an found from log  that the setup program return an error code. When starting the setup manual I got the error below

adobe-error-2.png

The message says there are not enough rights (even running as admin) but the fact is that directory doesn't exists. So why does the installer tries to access it?  I came around the next post

https://community.adobe.com/t5/acrobat-discussions/acrobat-2019-update-fails-on-windows-10/m-p/10338...

According to that one a windows issues ones existed but should be solved as the system is running on more recent release

I spent many hours and still acrobate reader didn't install. What can be the issue and more important how can this be solved?

Does anyone has an idea?

 

Thanks, Dirk

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