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Can Acrobat X and Reader DC co-exist?

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Oct 09, 2018

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We have a Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop environment, on which Adobe Acrobat X and Adobe Reader DC are installed. Users are not able to select Acrobat X as their default PDF handler, not via Explorer or via Acrobat X. When trying so using Acrobat X, an installer windows will open and eventually crash.

When I perform a repair of the Acrobat X installation, everything will be fine for a few days, but after a few days the exact some problems occur. Can Acrobat X and Reader DC co-exist? On Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop?

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Can Acrobat X and Reader DC co-exist?

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Oct 09, 2018

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We have a Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop environment, on which Adobe Acrobat X and Adobe Reader DC are installed. Users are not able to select Acrobat X as their default PDF handler, not via Explorer or via Acrobat X. When trying so using Acrobat X, an installer windows will open and eventually crash.

When I perform a repair of the Acrobat X installation, everything will be fine for a few days, but after a few days the exact some problems occur. Can Acrobat X and Reader DC co-exist? On Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop?

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Acrobat

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