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We were able to resolve the original issue using the bDisableSharepointFeatures registry entry, however, we received an update to version 2017 and it is broken again. I have verified that I still have the feature lockdown disabled, however the integration still does not work any longer. I can setup a SharePoint site within Acrobat and browse folders and find PDFs and I get the check in/out prompt, but that browsing is difficult and will not work for our users. Can you tell me if the feature lockdown has changed in this update or what has happened?
Our current version we were updated to is:
2017 Release (Classic) | Version 2017.011.30080
Please advise and this if affecting 100 plus users and productivity.
Just FYI, we do have the bDisableSharePointFeatures dword entry set to off. This was an existing entry that we used to fix the initial problem when we upgraded to 2017 but the application does not seem to be using that entry to enable/disable the SharePoint integration feature.