[windows2000] Adobe Acrobat problem in Windows XP

  • From: "Michael Karasch" <karasch@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 16:07:32 -0600

Hello All,

I'm having a problem with Adobe Acrobat installed on Windows XP.  When I
exit Acrobat, virtual memory usage goes up to 3.99 TB(yes it says TB).
I tried using Adobe's upgrade to 5.0.5, but the upgrade wouldn't install
("Setup has determined that there is no product installed to update").
Running Acrobat in compatibility mode (set to Windows 2000) seems to
solve the problem, but compatibility mode is set up for each individual
user, and I've got 300+ users.

Has anyone seen a fix for this? Or is there a way to set a program to
compatibility mode for all users?

Thanks for the help,

Michael Karasch
Technical Support Specialist - SOIS
"Blessed are the geek, for they shall internet the Earth."

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