For anyone deploying both Acrobat 2017 Standard and Pro as an application through SCCM, what are you using for the detection method to differentiate between 2017 Standard and Pro?
The default method (MSI product code) is exactly the same in both versions. Even the "Acrobat.exe" SHA1 hash is exactly the same, so using the EXE file version won't work either. I can't find any registry keys that differentiate between Standard and Pro either. If it weren't for the Help > About menu in each application, I couldn't tell which version I had installed.
Are these any registry keys I haven't found that tell whether Standard or Pro is installed?
In later versions it looks like the same installer is used for both Standard and Pro. I know SCCM had the software inventory future that can be used to record files based on extension or location. I also know you can use software inventory to store a local copy of said files on the site server. (Under client settings).
I also know I can write a custom registry key to denote the version of acrobat installed
This only handles one item, it would be best to set a loop for all .swidtag files as there may very well be more than one in the folder.