Hi Guys,

I want to disable auto update / auto check for update for adobe reader within my business. I did some research and found this:

I have set what is being asked in this article but just doesnt seem to work. Am I going mad?
I've got other policies that are setup nearly the same way (change registry) and it works so not sure why this one doesnt.

I created a test OU, put my computer object in this OU but still nothing. Its been a day now since I made these changes so has nothing to do with waiting.

If I delete the "bUpdater" key manually, restart then log back on, it will re-create it but with a "1" which means auto update is enabled. It doesnt want to change it to a "0".

Any suggestions?

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NinjaStyle82Systems AdministratorCommented:
I suggest using the admx templates from adobe to control the auto updates. you can get them here:

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out2getyouAuthor Commented:
ok perfect that worked! cheers
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