I'm developing plug-in for Acrobat and Reader and it works fine except one case when user enable Protected mode. Plugin initialization successfully completed but then Plugin unload called and that's it (tested on Reader).
Is it possible to third party plug-ins works in Adobe when Protected Mode is on?
If this is possible what should I modify in my project that Adobe allow my plug-in works in protected mode?
I know that protected mode restrict write rights and to be able to write log it should be stored at Temp folder.
I am pretty sure that third party plug-in are not loaded and cannot be loaded in protected -mode, it is a mode designed to only load the plug-in shipped with the product.
Thx for reply.
I've looked more closely and found that COM interfaces cannot be initialized and I got "General Access Error".
third party plugin can be loaded in protected mode, I'm developing such one:)
You can find the example of such plugin in Adobe Acrobat SDK. Such plugins should be properly designed.
Clarifying, I misunderstood protected against certified, you are correct developer plug-in can be loaded in Protected mode ( assuming you follow the rules).