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managing adobe reader updates on terminal server

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Adobe Reader is installed on Windows Terminal Server 2008.
Users get messages that updates are available, if they click them they get a message saying can't update.
How to make update messages not show to users.
Or any other tips on managing updates in general for programs installed on a terminal server.
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Try this on the terminal server: http://www.ehow.com/how_5098323_disable-adobe-updater.html

Updates for MS products come out on the second Tuesday of the month. I recommend - provided you're not using WSUS - allowing it to download updates weekly on Wednesdays. On friday, log in, apply updates and go home.
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would be good also to know how the updates could automatically download themselves without disturbing the users. And only send messages when administrators are logged in
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