[THIN] Re: Acrobat Reader

If you do try it, you will run into a problem where you need to be logged into 
the console with admin rights to get it to work properly for your users. In my 
case I had to go a step further and had to actually convert a document from the 
console before things would work properly. 

I configured the server to auto-login, convert a document(shortcut in startup 
that calls "\acrobat.exe test.doc", and auto-lock its session (thanks to Jim 
for that tip earlier on making a shortcut for locking the workstation).

Good luck to you,
and Merry Christmas to everyone

-David

P.S. any similarities to Tiny Tim in the salutations were purely coincidental :)



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Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2003 6:49 AM
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Don't try 6,

its consume large amount of processing resources.



                                                                                
                                                       
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I'm running 5 (5.05 to be precise) on the same platform.  I've not tried 6,
and I'm not going to unless I have to!

Nothing unusual in setting this up, straight install...

- Bob Coffman

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Subject: [THIN] Acrobat Reader


I have some older NT Terminal Servers in my Farm running Acrobat Reader
4.05
on 1.8 FR3, and was hoping to avoid updating but I now I need to.  Will
version 6 work safely or is version 5 a better bet?
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