Basic Silent Install Commands MSI: /I adberdr11000_en_/qn EXE: Adberdr11000_en_/msi EULA_ACCEPT=YES REMOVE_PREVIOUS=YES /qn (This will install silently, uninstall any previous versions of Reader, auto-accept the eula, and upgrade to the latest.) Other potential Command Line switches are below: /s All Silent Mode for product /s PB Silent Mode with Progress Bar for product /rs Reboot Suppress /rps Reboot Prompt Suppress /ini "PATH" Alternative initialization file /sl "LANG_ID" Set Language; LANG_ID - Code in decimal digits /l Enable Error Logging.Log file will be generated in temp directory /msi[Command line] Parameters for MSIEXEC Hi, We're in the process of cleaning up over 14 different older versions of Adobe Reader from our environment. 1) Apply for a free license to distribute 2) Download the MSI: ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/11.x/11.0.00/en_US/ msiexec /i "Adbe Rdr11000_en_US.msi" /qn DISABLE_ARM_SERVICE_INSTALL=1 DISABLEDESKTOPSHORTCUT=1 Installs Adobe Reader 11 without Automatic Updates and the annoying desktop shortcut Also, if you want to disable the protected mode because it slows down opening your PDF files, Disable it in the registery here: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\Acrobat Reader.0\Feature Lock Down] "b Protected Mode"=dword:0 No. Once you put that into Kace, it does NOT turn off the auto update.The enterprise version remains a free download, but is contained in a ready-to-deploy MSI file.
Instead you would get the actual Reader installer from the enterprise page of the Adobe website As you are on Mac, multiple versions can be installed in parallel, and even do run concurrently.
Under Windows, neither is possible; all which is possible to install one version each of Reader and Acrobat, and preferably the same (Acrobat DC and Reader DC).
And as my Adobe is the 10.1.9 version, I'm just going to leave it alone & ignore the update notice. ''' Direct links to Adbe Rdr11006_en_removed - see Forum rules and guidelines.
You can download the Reader XI installer from for Windows 7; it should install fine on Vista. Direct links to Adbe Rdr11006_en_removed - see Forum rules and guidelines. # Click the Windows logo orb on the taskbar and choose Control Panel.
The application opens faster and has a tabbed interface, which allows multiple PDF files to be open in the same session.
When I installed the program on a laptop in a pinch, I was pleasantly surprised at the speed and overall functionality.
I give up - where it says my plugins need updating, it's listed as Adobe Acrobat, but when I save it to my downloads & click to run the program, it says Adobe Reader!
And as my Adobe is the 10.1.9 version, I'm just going to leave it alone & ignore the update notice. ''' I give up - where it says my plugins need updating, it's listed as Adobe Acrobat, but when I save it to my downloads & click to run the program, it says Adobe Reader!
You can download the Reader XI installer from for Windows 7; it should install fine on Vista. # Click the Programs link, then Programs and Features. # Once the uninstallation is complete, double-click the file you downloaded in the first step to start the installation.
''philipp wrote:'' the problem for the adobe plugin is that the current version 11of the reader/plugin isn't made available to windows vista users by adobe anymore.
My search for a lighter PDF application with less problems at deployment lead me to Foxit Reader Enterprise.