With v10.1x, PDFs have a problem that deals with DFS shares – which has the effect of opening the PDF file in protected mode, etc. To get around this problem, we disable the “Protected Mode” option for readers. Now that we`ve come across this “licensing problem,” the solution seems to reactivate the protected mode setting. It is not feasible!!! Can you tell us if this article solves the problem:helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/bla…In short, it proposes: Solution 1: Enable protected mode is a new feature in Reader X that allows a “Sandbox” security layer in Reader. Read here: blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2010/11/technical-details-of-adobe-reader-x-protected-mode.html My users started reporting this error after installing Adobe Reader X 10.1. I wrote an article about how I corrected this error in my situation. I hope it helps you too. Under certain conditions that attempt to open a PDF document with Adobe Reader X, the error “Before you continue, you must first launch Adobe Acrobat and accept the end user license agreement.” Opening the file in Adobe Reader (file > Open) works perfectly. Click the right mouse button on Acrobat DC, then select Run as an administrator. Enter your system`s username and password if you are asked to do so. pariswells.com/blog/tag/before-proceeding-you-must-first-launch-adobe-acrobat-and-accept-the-… Ah, that`s it.
Looks like it could have been like this. I had disabled security, but as an administrator. It seems that I have to disable it as a connected user. Or does anyone know how to disable it by default? When users open Adobe Acrobat for the first time, the Adobe license agreement appears. I have the same problem! If I double-click to open PDF files, I get the error message “Accept the end user license agreement.” I tried all the proposed corrections, but no one was able to solve my problem. “Turn off the protected mode at startup” in this case, I also have to turn it off. Causes If my users want to open a PDF file built into MS Word, it is indicated that the file cannot be found. But when I save it, it is able to open the file without any problem. Thank you. It was exactly what I couldn`t do – switch to the screen that allowed me to accept. I went to see Applications and BINGO.
Thank you. Use Adobe Reader on Safari OSX 10.9.2. Error message “Before you continue, you must first launch Adobe Acrobat and accept the end-user license agreement. 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… Adobe X – dog poo! I had it for a month before it came out and I had no problems. People with computers faster than me have reported a slow opening and only general waste! I put Foxit on some of the less technical users and they love it! On the Adobe forum, one user responded that he was able to remove all Adobe apps and Adobe registration keys and reinstall. I`m definitely not ready to reinstall Photoshop, so I`m not going to try the whole procedure. But it`s interesting to see some Acrobat entries in my record next to the drive inputs: We have this problem for a lot of users and we found it just strange that if you have a file that gives the error, then just open the Adobe Reader program before double-clicking on it, then it would open well.
Similarly, the protected fixed mode would not work in our case, as it prevents users from opening a PDF file from a file sharing. This error appears when I try to install the Adobe Reader update. I have creative cloud and my Adobe Acrobat is all licensed and active. What`s the matter? Once you launch this app, you should be able to accept the LAE and launch/update Reader. Some users have had problems with Adobe Reader X. When they try to open some pdf stored da