Is there a way to force Google Chrome to be the default browser that Adobe Pro uses for the login window on the desktop? When you first open up Adobe Acrobat (VIP) to login to your account on the desktop, it uses 'Internet Explorer' as the default window. Then, there is an error that says I need to update the browser - but it's 100% up to date.
Even after making Google the default browser for all http, https, htm, and html files, it still tries to login using IE as the browser. Even if you remove IE, same thing.
FYI: I don't mean opening a PDF with Chrome. I want the window that pop's up when I login to my Adobe account on the desktop, to use Chrome and not IE
Are you running IE 11? What is your system?
Not sure why Adobe expects the average PC user to make registry changes. The software should be made to work correctly without end users playing with the registry (fire).
first, a teams/enterprise administrator is not a typical user. second, chrome works fine for most of us without anything being done. third, no one is being compelled to edit their registry if they do not wish to do so. ie, just because you can read about editing your registry here and elsewhere doesn't mean you should do that.
Those particular instructions aren't for the average PC user. They are for "If your organization isn’t able to turn off compatibility mode, you can create a per-product exception using the registry keys below. " So this is something IT support would do; end users would follow the instructions to turn off compatibility mode in the normal way.