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    David Tetrault commented  · 

    There is an installation called "Adobe Acrobat 64-bit Windows Enterprise - Multilingual Unified Installer (Reader + Acrobat)" that I have been using. Along with a Registry Merge file :

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    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\DC\FeatureLockDown]
    "bIsSCReducedModeEnforcedEx"=dword:00000001

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\DC\FeatureLockDown\cIPM]
    "bDontShowMsgWhenViewingDoc"=dword:00000000
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    What this does is allows Acrobat to function like Reader if the user is not signed in, or doesn't have a license applied to their account.

    If the user is signed in with an account that has a Pro or Standard license assigned, it will function as the appropriate version.

    This has solved my issues with Acrobat closing immediately if the user doesn't have a license.

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    David Tetrault commented  · 

    I would be fine with just being able to install Acrobat Pro DC if it just functioned as a reader until you unlocked the full suite by logging in.

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