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Every workstation  I have been trying to install Acrobat Xl. the package  partially  Installs and get the error 1406 Could not write value to key \software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\toolbar
Also any updates fails with  the same issue
 As per adobes  article it says to change the permissions of the key . Cannot change permissions
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Question by:mgcomputer
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Figured it out my self Sep was causing problem
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And what problem was it causing?
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