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Adobe reader X - recent used files

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Hi.

I have searched for an answer a long time and found no answers.

How can I use GPO to create a registry setting to disable "recent used files" in adobe reader X?

There are thousends of answers how to do this manually, but I want to do this for everybody in my office.

Is it possible, or have Adobe no function for this?

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No, DC is current. (X was released in 2010 and EOL in 2015).

For DC you may find what you seek in here: Acrobat-Reader Enterprise Toolkit Home

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Adobe reader X - recent used files

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Hi.

I have searched for an answer a long time and found no answers.

How can I use GPO to create a registry setting to disable "recent used files" in adobe reader X?

There are thousends of answers how to do this manually, but I want to do this for everybody in my office.

Is it possible, or have Adobe no function for this?

Magne

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No, DC is current. (X was released in 2010 and EOL in 2015).

For DC you may find what you seek in here: Acrobat-Reader Enterprise Toolkit Home

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Adobe have an enterprise deployment guide with the locations of many settings, but I don't think they keep it around when products are EOL.

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My fault. Our version is Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

Not X. DC is not EOL?

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No, DC is current. (X was released in 2010 and EOL in 2015).

For DC you may find what you seek in here: Acrobat-Reader Enterprise Toolkit Home

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I find the regedit parameters, but when I put in these keys, Adobe DC hanging when started:

iMaxMRUCntToBeStored and/or iMaxMRUCnt under recent files.

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