PDF in Internet Explorer

I have a computer with IE 8 installed, when i go to a website and access one of their pdf files in my browser i shows the url of the pdf, now i have a new machine it doesnt display that way, how do you enable the url to be displayed in a window when opening a pdf?
jasonpiper01Asked:
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jameso99Commented:
When you go to click on the PDF link, right click and select "Open in new tab" or "Open in new window"
Is that what you're looking for or are you getting at something else?  If it's in IE you can just make sure the Address Toolbar is active and it should show you what the URL is.
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itstodCommented:
You have to change the behavior in acrobat reader how to open in IE.
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jasonpiper01Author Commented:
no for example i click on a pdf it opens in a new window but it displays the url in which it was downloaded from.

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jameso99Commented:
Right-click and enable the Address toolbar?
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jasonpiper01Author Commented:
This option doesnt exist when opening pdfs in internet explorer 8.
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dexITCommented:
This has to be accomplished via GPO
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jasonpiper01Author Commented:
No that is not it, we do not have any GPOs applied in this case, this is a setting within either adobe read or IE.  In vista and windows 7 it does it, so we can select the url and bring up the pdf directly.
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jameso99Commented:
Is it the same version of Adobe Reader?
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jasonpiper01Author Commented:
Yes they both are adobe 9, my verison of IE 8, and it works, the other computer is adobe 9 and IE7 and it works, but in the new machine its adobe 9 and IE 8 and it doesnt, all systems are XP service pack 3
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jameso99Commented:
Try re-installing Adobe Reader 9.

Then make sure the Add-In Manager for IE8 is enabling all Adobe entries.
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jasonpiper01Author Commented:
He gets the points because he was almost there, i had to restore the default settings for IE 8
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