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Adobe End User License Agreement Error

Adobe End User License Agreement Error

3.4.3 You agree to give ABBYY feedback on the testing and use of restricted software, including error or bug reports (“Feedback”), and to authorize ABBYY to transfer and provide all rights to such feedback, including, but not limited to, the rights to use, publish and broadcast comments. All feedback is ABBYY`s confidential information. You agree not to disclose any accompanying written, oral or electronic information that has been disclosed to you by ABBYY regarding the restricted software for which there has been no commercial publication. Any information about the quality of this restricted software or the quality of the results obtained by the use of such restricted software, comments and any information about errors, errors and other problems discovered by you in the restricted software for which there was no commercial publication are ABBYY`s confidential information. In my scenario, I initially tried to update Reader 10.0.1 to 10.1.0 with SCUP and the published update. This replaced my custom configuration (the changes included the default acceptance of license agreements, the removal of Auto Updater, and the deactivation of the protected mode). I then had to create a custom installation with the customization assistant with the MSI 10.1.0 file from Adobe`s FTP site. After running this, I now get the above error on computers that have never had Acrobat. It seems to be an authorization issue, because as an administrator, I do not see the error message.

However, if a user simultaneously opens the PDF file from Adobe Reader (unlike Windows Explorer), they can open it. So that would rule out an eligibility problem… 2.3 You should not use the software to: provide and/or provide results or access to results obtained through the use of SOFTWARE as part of another service that has software functionality (including detection, conversion, entry and classification of documents) to third parties (including recognition, conversion, entry and classification of documents), unless you have a separate written agreement with ABBYY.