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Reader ADMX Template or MSI *PLEASE* !!

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Oct 08, 2018

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Hi all,

I can see a lot of material on here which although recent (2018) is either out of date or not working (references to the FTP site for example)

Im looking for a best practice approach to using Acrobat Reader which I can deploy in the enterprise and mananage via GPO / ADMX.

Can I be pointed to a link which works or ADMX files, and a relevant working doc please?

I have already spotted a number of articles ranging from Powershell modules to hand crafting policy preferences, none of which work as described due anything from content requirements no longer being downloadable, or scripts etc just not working.

If this isn't achievable, We will be forced to move to an entirely different product, just to view PDFs, which can be managed my GPO.

I believe the docs are current and all the links work. For example:

If you find something that's not working or out of date, post the link and I'll troubleshoot it.

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Reader ADMX Template or MSI *PLEASE* !!

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Oct 08, 2018

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Hi all,

I can see a lot of material on here which although recent (2018) is either out of date or not working (references to the FTP site for example)

Im looking for a best practice approach to using Acrobat Reader which I can deploy in the enterprise and mananage via GPO / ADMX.

Can I be pointed to a link which works or ADMX files, and a relevant working doc please?

I have already spotted a number of articles ranging from Powershell modules to hand crafting policy preferences, none of which work as described due anything from content requirements no longer being downloadable, or scripts etc just not working.

If this isn't achievable, We will be forced to move to an entirely different product, just to view PDFs, which can be managed my GPO.

I believe the docs are current and all the links work. For example:

If you find something that's not working or out of date, post the link and I'll troubleshoot it.

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Nov 22, 2018

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Have you read the Acrobat Reader Enterprise Deployment Toolkit? It includes info on getting an MSI/MSP combination. Don't see any need to download scripts.

Also, make sure you have a Reader Redistribution License on file, and current.

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Nov 26, 2018

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I believe the docs are current and all the links work. For example:

If you find something that's not working or out of date, post the link and I'll troubleshoot it.

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