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Adobe Acrobat X Keeps Asking To Accept License Agreement

by on Sep.09, 2021, under Uncategorized

It happened again. I`m signed in to the Creative Cloud app, so why is ps prompting me to accept the license agreement? I have the same problem. And it looks like my CC just threw away its license because not only did I have to accept the license for the 15,000th time, but I also had to register and re-engage the software on my workstation. I encountered a new issue with Adobe Acrobat today after installing the latest update to Acrobat Reader 10.1.0. The user did open some PDF files and, while trying to open other PDF files, he encountered an issue in which Adobe Acrobat asked them to close and start Adobe Acrobat and accept the EULA before it could continue. I tried to close and open (no EULA pop-up as it has already been accepted). I then tried to open the Adobe Acrobat file, and it opened well. Then I tried to open the file directly from the file itself after closing Acrobat. Again, the EULA warned that it had not been accepted. After a little research, I found the following fix. It seems to be a problem when it comes to files that have “CR” in the name.

For the few clients who experienced it, I was able to recreate the EULA popup message and trace it back to the files that CR had in capital letters somewhere in the PDF file name. They could have all the signs before or after them, but if the CR is highlighted and appears side by side with the EULA. 3) To assign permission with the right mouse button, click the Adobe folder and click Information. A property window is open. Then click on the lock icon to activate editing. Then click + Sign to add your username. Then change only read and write. Then click on the tooth wheel icon below and click Apply Included Items and click OK. Then, proceed to the next step. With v10.1x, PDFs have a problem that works with DFS shares – invitation to open PDF file in protected view, etc. To resolve this issue, let`s disable the “Protected Mode” option for drives. Now that we`ve come across this “licensing issue,” the solution seems to re-enable the setting for Protected Mode..

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