?? ADOBE READER X aka 10.x - ? how can I turn of PROTECTED MODE on ALL installs?

We have an active directory domain.

we have about 200 desktops.

we need to migrate from ADOBE READER 9.5 to ADOBE READER X

we need to have the ADOBE READER X have the
preference under GENERAL  called
Enable Protected Mode at STARTUP
UNCHECKED (turned off).

what is the easiest way to do that on all 200 desktops?
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philkryderAsked:
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Try pushing the registry fix here
http://forums.adobe.com/message/3499925
philkryderAuthor Commented:
I've just learned that this is the wrong approach.

Instead of turning off protected mode,
we should
add a
FOLDER PATH
 entry to the
PRIVILEGED LOCATIONS

Full points for an ADMX
that adds
S:\
to all the ADOBE x machines for all users.

thanks
Phil
Ajit663Commented:
Please check the below mention article it has step by step procedure how to turn off the adobe protected mode

http://blog.thesysadmins.co.uk/disable-adobe-reader-x-protected-mode-adm.html

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philkryderAuthor Commented:
by: Ajit663Posted on 2012-04-04 at 15:01:10ID: 37808700

that looks like a good start - we want add the S:\
instead to the privilege trust folders. do you have and admx for that?
philkryderAuthor Commented:
I did a change and capture the registry before and after then made .REG files to automate the change.
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