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I have users complaining about sluggish Acrobat performance with both opening and closing PDF files with Adobe Acrobat 9.0. Recently AppData was redirected so that it is stored on the server and not locally and users claim that the sluggishness started right after that occured. Any thoughts?
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i seem to have read somewhere that it is something to do with Adobe 9 not liking the path for "Application Data" being on the server instead of a local path
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