I'm looking to suppress/disable "Start Free Trial" message in Adobe reader. I have set bToggleSophiaWebInfra to 0 in the registry SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Policies\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\DC\FeatureLockDown. This only seems to suppress the message on the home screen, when you open a pdf you still get the message in the bottom right-hand corner. Is there another key I need to set or another registry location I need to apply the same key
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In addition to what you have already done, adding these seems to have resolved it for us...
In product messaging
RH, thank you very much! Adding that one key and two dwords to the Registry got rid of the very obtrusive ad box that was blocking the lower corner of the Tools Pane. I doubt that the person who coded that box in to Acrobat has ever had to use Acrobat tools on a regular basis, or they would know what a hassle it is.
Unfortunately, in the version of Reader DC 2023.006.20360, the message Start Free Trial - remains! The proposed registry tweaks do not give any results! How to fix it ?
The message Start Free Trial, appears when services are disabled in the registry:
The above registry tweaks do not work! How to fix it ?