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Posted by / 04-Oct-2017 07:46

It is getting to where you don't know the good guys from the robbers anymore.

I am so appreciative for people that take time out of their busy lives to help out others by doing something as simple as presenting a post like this.

I suspect it's using active setup, a windows 'feature' which is now part of the OS.

I'm a real non-fan of automatic stuff installing itself and running, someone please correct this if it's incorrect, but I think deleting the as earlier suggested, or even doing the dumb manual updater preferences settings would work ok in this case.

When the "Adode Updater" Tray Icon appears, RUN task Manager and find "Adode ARM. Please check your Internet setting or firewall." And I only get an option to "Cancel" - no preferences button! I have been using adobe products for over 13 years.

In some installations, it "hides" in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ARM

It is getting to where you don't know the good guys from the robbers anymore.I am so appreciative for people that take time out of their busy lives to help out others by doing something as simple as presenting a post like this.I suspect it's using active setup, a windows 'feature' which is now part of the OS.I'm a real non-fan of automatic stuff installing itself and running, someone please correct this if it's incorrect, but I think deleting the as earlier suggested, or even doing the dumb manual updater preferences settings would work ok in this case.

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It is getting to where you don't know the good guys from the robbers anymore.

I am so appreciative for people that take time out of their busy lives to help out others by doing something as simple as presenting a post like this.

I suspect it's using active setup, a windows 'feature' which is now part of the OS.

I'm a real non-fan of automatic stuff installing itself and running, someone please correct this if it's incorrect, but I think deleting the as earlier suggested, or even doing the dumb manual updater preferences settings would work ok in this case.

When the "Adode Updater" Tray Icon appears, RUN task Manager and find "Adode ARM. Please check your Internet setting or firewall." And I only get an option to "Cancel" - no preferences button! I have been using adobe products for over 13 years.

In some installations, it "hides" in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ARM\1.0 Rename all files. After starting the Updater, it returns with a message saying "No Internet connection was found. I for a moment wanted to use adobe updater just for the bug fixes but after hearing about the updater disabling keygen/cracks and ruining your connection i just unchecked every box and ran away from it.

There is no corresponding Adobe entry in the registry Current Version\Run or even the startup folder to indicate windows start up entries running the updater software.

Heck, then how the hell they manage to bring this crappy update software to foreground when the computer starts up ? Sorry my post is running long, but another crap thing about Adobe, they do not let you change the flash player setting unless your computer is connected to internet !

.0 Rename all files. After starting the Updater, it returns with a message saying "No Internet connection was found. I for a moment wanted to use adobe updater just for the bug fixes but after hearing about the updater disabling keygen/cracks and ruining your connection i just unchecked every box and ran away from it.

There is no corresponding Adobe entry in the registry Current Version\Run or even the startup folder to indicate windows start up entries running the updater software.

Heck, then how the hell they manage to bring this crappy update software to foreground when the computer starts up ? Sorry my post is running long, but another crap thing about Adobe, they do not let you change the flash player setting unless your computer is connected to internet !

In a small environment, this may not be a problem, but in a larger environment, this can generate a lot of unnecessary support requests when a user that doesn’t have Admin rights gets a UAC prompt that wants Admin credentials.

I'm running Acrobat Reader in a VMware that doesn't have a connection to the internet.

I understand that they want their users to have the latest versions at all time but sometimes it just isn't the "right" time to update..

The activesetup part will run when windows starts anyway, basically you would be disabling the adobe section of that.

It's amazing what you find when you read their policies: "The Software may automatically download and install updates from Adobe from time to time.

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There, choose Updater and click on "Do not automatically donwload or install updates". Look at these Adobe nerve wrecking crappy pop-ups ... My answer is NO - they're all the same out there, just to get your money and screw you and to make you stay with their SW - updating and updating and updating their crap If you delete the file and at some point decide to update adobe will reinstall the file. Browse to any of the files mentioned here, depending on the version you have. You may also want to look in this location for all the updater files and place the path rule on each of them. Check out the Is Enabled = 1 settings in the application XML node you do not want to have on the updater’s list. You may need administrator privilages to save the changes." Add/Remove Programs 2. Acro Rd32Adobe Reader 8.2 It will self close after 10 seconds or so, and come back again and again. There is no entry in the above thread mentioned registry area (i.e. I don't feel safe when I have no control over my box.