Adobe Acrobat End User License Agreement Error

Under certain conditions that attempt to open a PDF document with Adobe Reader X, the error “Before you continue, you must first launch Adobe Acrobat and accept the end user license agreement.” Opening the file in Adobe Reader (file > Open) works perfectly. I have the same problem! If I double-click to open PDF files, I get the error message “Accept the end user license agreement.” I tried all the proposed corrections, but no one was able to solve my problem. 14.2.1 If you have purchased the software in Germany or Austria and generally reside in such a country, Adobe`s legal liability for damages is not applicable, subject to the provisions of paragraph 14.2.2. (i) Adobe is only liable for damages, as is typically foreseeable at the time of the sale agreement, for damages caused by a slightly negligent breach of a essential contractual obligation and (ii) Adobe is not liable for damages caused by a minor negligent breach of a non-negligent offence. 2.5.2 Exceptionally, you can customize or extend the installer`s functionality for Adobe Reader, as is expressly allowed in www.adobe.com/support instructions (example.B. installing additional module files and help). You don`t need to modify or modify the software or create a new installation program for the software. Adobe Reader is authorized and distributed by Adobe to view, distribute and share PDF files. All files in the folder that was previously blocked are now opened by double-clicking, so it doesn`t just remember some way file permissions. Hmmm.

The implementation of the update installation program required an explicit administrator authorization under Win7. Perhaps cycling protected mode of a user level somehow directory of accessible folders? 2.4 Use of laptop or home. If and only if the software is Adobe Reader, the primary user of the computer on which the software is installed can, in addition to the individual copy authorized in sections 2.1 and 2.2, create a second copy of the software for its exclusive use on a laptop or home computer, unless the software is used on the laptop or home at the same time as the software on the main computer. In my scenario, I initially tried to update Reader 10.0.1 to 10.1.0 with SCUP and the published update. This replaced my custom configuration (the changes included the default acceptance of license agreements, the removal of Auto Updater, and the deactivation of the protected mode). I then had to create a custom installation with the customization assistant with the MSI 10.1.0 file from Adobe`s FTP site. After running this, I now get the above error on computers that have never had Acrobat. I reported my adobe results in the bug report function 2 weeks ago, but I didn`t receive a response.

This is definitely a mistake you need to correct the ASAP. My users started reporting this error after I installed Adobe Reader X 10.1. I wrote an article about how I corrected this error in my situation. I hope it helps you too. This error appears when I try to install the Adobe Reader update. I have creative cloud and my Adobe Acrobat is all licensed and active. What`s the matter? Believe it or not, I eliminated the error message above by turning on the protected mode, even if it has problems.