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I have a weird issue,and I do believe I am overthinking it a lot. I have an issue where adobe will only open in a browser for admins of the terminal server. Regular users will not open. However, if I add domain users to local admin, they are able to open. What am I doing wrong?
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Perhaps it wasn't installed properly in TS.
I know with TS2003 many programs would not run correctly for "All Users" if you didn't follow the proper process of installing it which is:....Use Add-Remove Programs and tell it you want to "Add" a Program.  A Wizards runs and you would "browse" to the Setup Executable and let the Wizard run it (as opposed to running it yourself as you would on a normal machine).  Follow the prompts accurately,..there are some dialogs you are not supposed to close until the Setup finishes.

Of course that was with TS2003,...I don't use TS2008,...but you need to verify that it doesn't have a similar process.
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