Adobe Software License Agreement won't go away

We keep having to click the Adobe Software License Agreement every day. Why on earth won't it leave us alone? Any ideas? I have tried multiple things. Registry mainly to get it to go away and it won't. The version of Adobe i'm working with is Adobe Acrobat DC and the users having to continually accept the agreement are terminal server users
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Probably you have a permissions issue in your registry,,,,the only way to find the key that causes this a bit difficult but unless you get some more specific instructions is the only way...
First thing is to download Process requires no installation so you just extract it and run it
Now try to get the system to absolute minimum when you run the Adobe software...disable antivirus,close whatever unnecessary apps are running in the background and try to "fire" Process Monitor. just before the message appears...
Well here id the hard part....try to focus on all problematic entries that have any association of Adobe and get rid of everything that is successfull...probably a dll tries to to access a particular registry key and because of wrong permissions it fails and the message pops up...

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RVFB ITAuthor Commented:
the biggest problem is catching it for me. the users complain it happens when they login then they dont do it the rest of the day.
John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Unless you can replicate the problem catching it would be problematic...
RVFB ITAuthor Commented:
we can't be the only ones out there with the issue.... ugh
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