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Adobe Pro DC Default PDF Application Prompt

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Aug 21, 2017

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Using the Adobe Customization Wizard, I am trying to remove the "Make Adobe Acrobat my default PDF application"  prompt on program start.  I have tried adding the Feature Lockdown "bDisablePDFHandlerSwitching" Dword to the package, but am still prompted to set after install.  The default PDF application is currently set to Reader DC in Windows (though not enforced through policy).  Windows 10 LTSB if that makes any difference.

The reason for this is I am trying to create an Adobe Pro DC App Volume for use in our VDI environment.  These non-persistent machines are destroyed on logout and a new machine is provisioned each time the user logs in.  I would like to avoid having the user prompted every day.

Alternatively, if someone knows where the setting is actually written were I to click "Don't ask me again" (registry, %programdata%, user profile, etc), that would be a big help.

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Adobe Pro DC Default PDF Application Prompt

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Using the Adobe Customization Wizard, I am trying to remove the "Make Adobe Acrobat my default PDF application"  prompt on program start.  I have tried adding the Feature Lockdown "bDisablePDFHandlerSwitching" Dword to the package, but am still prompted to set after install.  The default PDF application is currently set to Reader DC in Windows (though not enforced through policy).  Windows 10 LTSB if that makes any difference.

The reason for this is I am trying to create an Adobe Pro DC App Volume for use in our VDI environment.  These non-persistent machines are destroyed on logout and a new machine is provisioned each time the user logs in.  I would like to avoid having the user prompted every day.

Alternatively, if someone knows where the setting is actually written were I to click "Don't ask me again" (registry, %programdata%, user profile, etc), that would be a big help.

Cheers.

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Aug 22, 2017

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I posted the same question yesterday! I hope somebody has an answer! 

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