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How to delete the Digital ID from Acrobat Pro 9 Extended?

Nov 9, 2010 6:47 PM

Hi, please help me

 

I want delete the Digital ID

 

when I open the menu "Advanced"----"Security Settings"

 

in the dialoge I chose Digital IDs, then Windows Digital IDs

 

there is a list and I can see many iterms of digital IDs

 

I want delete each of that

 

when I chose one of them and click the button "Remove ID"

 

the softeware tell me that "Removing a digital ID is only permitted if the ID was created by Adobe reader or acrobat version 8.0 or later "

 

 

what should I do ?

 
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    Nov 17, 2010 12:44 PM   in reply to koalar2010why

    You can delete only self-signed digital IDs that you created in Acrobat.

     

     

    Premjit

     
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    Jun 6, 2011 1:28 PM   in reply to koalar2010why

    Hi Koalar2010why,

     

    I know it's been a long time since you posted your question, but if you are still interested here is what you need to do.

     

    • Launch Internet Explorer
    • Select Tools > Internet Options (you can get to Tools either from the menu, the toolbar button or Alt+X)
    • Select the Content tab on the Internet Options dialog
    • Click the Certificates button in the middle of the Contents panel
    • Select the Personal tab on the Certificates dialog (it's usually selected by default)
    • --Before continuing I'd recommend exporting the digital IDs to a file in case you ever need to get an old one back again)--
    • Highlight one or more digital ID(s) and then click the Remove button

     

    The next time you launch Acrobat and go back to the Security Settings dialog the digital IDs will be gone.

     

    Steve

     
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