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I am long-winded, so please bare with me! We are having trouble opening pdfs on certain websites. Currently PDPworks as well as one of our vendors who uses twelvehorses.com as a pdf server. We are unable to open a pdf from pdpworks at all and are hit and miss with opening pdfs from...
Is it possible to block users on a Windows 2008 domain from installing any form of Adobe PDF reader. We want to use third party applications that normally do not suffer from as many exploits as Adobe. How can we achieve this.
I have the latest version of Adobe reader (9.3) installed. Certain .pdf files will cause the reader to fail. However, when I read the same .pdf on a PC which has Adobe 8.0 installed, it runs correctly. Is there any way I can get Adobe reader 9.3 to read these older files?