With v10.1x, PDFs have a problem that works with DFS shares – invitation to open PDF file in protected view, etc. To resolve this issue, let`s disable the “Protected Mode” option for drives. Now that we`ve come across this “licensing issue, ” the solution seems to re-enable the Protected Mode setting. It is not feasible!!! I have exactly the same problem. When I click on a web link to a PDF file to view in a browser, the message “Before proceeding, go to Acrobat and accept the end user license agreement”. I`ve never had this problem before. It was displayed after the last automatic update. It`s very annoying. 2.2.2 Information about the distribution of the software on hardware or on an internal network is available in the “How to distribute Adobe Reader” sections under www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/distribute.html; or “Distribute Macromedia Web Players” to www.adobe.com/licensing. Under certain conditions, trying to open a PDF document with Adobe Reader X leads to the error “Before proceeding, you must first launch Adobe Acrobat and accept the End User License Agreement”. Open Adobe Reader file (file > open) works perfectly. If you have any questions about this agreement or would like to request information from Adobe, please use the contact information and addresses contained in this product or via the Internet under www.adobe.com to contact the Adobe branch in your jurisdiction. We have this problem for many users and we found it strange that if you have a file that gives the error, just open the Adobe Reader program before double-clicking it, then it would open well.

Similarly, the protection mode solution would not work in our case, as it prevents users from opening a PDF file from a file share. 2.7.1 Certified CD Documents and Services. The software can allow you to validate certified documents. A “certified document” or “CD” is a digitally signed PDF file using (a) a certificate and (b) a “private” encryption key corresponding to the “public” key of the certificate. Validating a CD requires CD services provided by the cd provider that issued the certificate. “CD Service Provider” is an independent third-party service provider listed in www.adobe.com/security/partners_cds.html. `CD services` means services provided by CD SERVICE providers, including , (i) certificates issued by that CD provider for the use of the cd functionality of the software; (ii) services related to the issuance of certificates and (iii) other services related to certificates, including, but not limited to, verification services. Before viewing PDF documents in this browser, you must launch Adobe Reader and accept the end user license agreement, then terminate the browser and restart.¬†Adobe and its suppliers are the property of the software….

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