Assuming you have the subscription version of Acrobat, I don't think there's any way around it. Why not simply add an exception in your proxy for this application?
Under LAN Settings -> Proxy Settings, I only see an option to add addresses to the exceptions list. How can I add an exception for a specific application like Adobe DC?
I've done some additional searching and still can't find a way to bypass the proxy for a specific application in Windows 7.
Is there a way for me to find out if I have the subscription version of Acrobat DC? My company purchased a single user license key for me. If I don't have the subscription version, is there a way to disable the automatic internet connection?
Thanks for your help.