This is a corrupt PDF and without access to the file, it's impossible to say what exactly is causing this, and if it's possible to fix the problem. When you say you need to run this while you are not at your computer, you are potentially moving onto an unlicensed area: Acrobat is not suitable for server or server-like use because of licensing restrictions, but also because of technical issues (like the dialog that you need to close before the processing continues). You may want to talk to an attorney to find out if you are within the limits in the EULA.
Thanks, Karl. I'm simply kicking off a process using Acrobat and walking away while it processes. I'm not using action folders or any server-like activity. I don't see how that could possibly be against the EULA.
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That's fine, that's why I said "potentially". There is unfortunately nothing you can do to get around this error. Acrobat requires you to acknowledge that error before it keeps on going. If this happens with more than just one file, you may want to look at your workflow to see if one of the tools you are using is introducing this error. If you need professional help in debugging this issue, there are people who can help you. You may want to find somebody local to you, but if that's not possible, I could certainly assist you in debugging this issue. If this is something you want to pursue, please contact me directly (my contact information is on my profile page).