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Users Can't Use Reader X Online Services, the Share feature

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I just pushed a reader X package to a test group.  If a user signs into a machine, the SHARE menu at the top and the ONLINE SERVICES under EDIT>PREFERENCES is missing.  If a local admin signs in, same machine, all features are there.  How do I allow my users to use the SHARE feature?
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Uninstalled Reader.
Deleted HKLM/SOFTWARE/ADOBE
reinstalled Reader
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I solved it.
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