Adobe PDF documents disappear after a few seconds

In a Windows 2000 Terminal Server environment when one user opens a PDF in IE the document disappears after a few seconds.
lineonecorpAsked:
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FiucaCommented:
A workaround is to start Adobe Reader before browsing to the pdf-file
Once it has been started everything works just fine.

But it's just a temp solution, I'll keep looking.

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lineonecorpAuthor Commented:
I checked a few things and the problem was that Adobe would only work for non-administrators if "Display PDF in browser" is checked off in Adobe Reader Preferences.  It will work either way for the admin account.  If this option is changed from m the admin account it changes the option for all users on the system - I guess that's what happened.  Adobe tech support site indicates this to be the resolution as well.
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