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Distribution license Adobe Acrobat DC

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Aug 23, 2020

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Hi,

I just received my distribution license for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

However, the link I received in the mail only allows me to download and distribute a very old version of the application? 

 

Available download: V19.008.20071
Newest version: V20.012.20043

 

How do I get the newest version from Adobe?

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You get an MSI for a fixed, old version. Then it's up to you to either

(a) allow automatic updates to do the work

(b) make a deployment that turns off automatic updates (which cannot be done by the end user), and then track, download and distribute each new update in MSP format.

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Distribution license Adobe Acrobat DC

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Hi,

I just received my distribution license for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

However, the link I received in the mail only allows me to download and distribute a very old version of the application? 

 

Available download: V19.008.20071
Newest version: V20.012.20043

 

How do I get the newest version from Adobe?

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You get an MSI for a fixed, old version. Then it's up to you to either

(a) allow automatic updates to do the work

(b) make a deployment that turns off automatic updates (which cannot be done by the end user), and then track, download and distribute each new update in MSP format.

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You get an MSI for a fixed, old version. Then it's up to you to either

(a) allow automatic updates to do the work

(b) make a deployment that turns off automatic updates (which cannot be done by the end user), and then track, download and distribute each new update in MSP format.

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Aug 24, 2020

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Hi,

I'd prefer option B, but I'm only able to get the .exe version, from the URL I received.

And where do I download the latest update?

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That is correct. You extract the MSI using the information given in the Acrobat Enterprise Deployment Toolkit. 

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Aah I understand now 🙂

 

I'd have to download the Acrobat Customization Wizard DC, in order to create .msi files with the installation options I want.

Now I just need to inform Adobe that the link on the website doesn't work.
it says file not found when I click it.

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