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Package Acrobat DC in trial mode?

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Nov 16, 2015

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All - I am creating a Acrobat Design Standard CC Suite package to deploy to our company, which includes Acrobat DC.  Because of our Licensing situation, it needs to be  configured to only start in Trial Mode.  I used the Acrobat DC Customization tool and I do not see this option anywhere in there.  Does anyone know how to do this?  Perhaps via a command line switch during install, or maybe the option is buried in the Acrobat DC Customizer and I just don't see it or its obvious?

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Package Acrobat DC in trial mode?

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All - I am creating a Acrobat Design Standard CC Suite package to deploy to our company, which includes Acrobat DC.  Because of our Licensing situation, it needs to be  configured to only start in Trial Mode.  I used the Acrobat DC Customization tool and I do not see this option anywhere in there.  Does anyone know how to do this?  Perhaps via a command line switch during install, or maybe the option is buried in the Acrobat DC Customizer and I just don't see it or its obvious?

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Thanks brogers,

However during the install of the whole suite, it can't be in trial mode for all other apps outside of Acrobat.  The command line I would use for the whole suite sets it to fully licensed mode.  Of course I need to put Acrobat DC in the exceptions folder so it will run first.  However how do I and can I, set this separate command line to only run for Acrobat outside of the rest of of the suite?  Is this possible in the Acrobat DC customizer?  Is there an XML file for Acrobat that needs to be modified with these switches?

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