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How to disable Adobe Acrobat 10 Standard and Reader in Terminal Services 2008R2

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I need to disable Adobe Acrobat updates for domain users in windows 2008 R2. I don't want users to get prompted to update anything on the terminal servers.
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You do realize that NOT keeping adobe products up to date leaves a huge security hole in your network that is being actively exploited in the wild
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