Our medical practice runs a medical application which requires Adobe SVG viewer for viewing graphs. All users connect to Medical application via Terminal Server. Users get errors that adobe svg viewer is not installed when trying to view graphs. MEdical application tech support recommends adding all TS users to the 'Power Users' group of each Terminal Server, which to me is not acceptable! Since our users have a 'published desktop' when logging in via TS/Citrix, power user permissions would allow them to install apps at will.
Is there a 'safer' way to allow users to install the SVG viewer as a Terminal Server user? Possibly through a registry change through 'Adobe' key at HKLM or HKCU?
If the SVG viewer is installed, I recommend uninstalling it and re-installing it through Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Add New Programs. This method is required for some applications to be shared
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