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Have you found a solution to this problem? I have the exact same issue but do not know how to resolve it.
I do not find any helpful documents about this problem from Adobe. Either they have not provided help for the problem or have made the help extremely hard to find.
I may have a solution to your prob.
I just went into documents and settings folder and delete the user's
account that is having the issue and have them re-login after. To delete the account login to safemode (F8) and login as different user (admin,user2, etc).
Besure to back up doc. my fav and application data.
hope this work for you guys.
it worked for me~
Having the same problem. Awaiting answer on http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Remote_Desktop-Term inal_Services/Q_23406603.html
Anyone found out?
Here is the solution I found.
"Renaming %program files%/Common Files/Adobe/updater5 to something else removed the error."
This seems like a brute force approach, but it does work. I checked the event logs after doing this and don't see any errors in the App or System logs. This folder is the location of AdobeUpdater.exe and all of the Adobe .cer files, so it makes sense that this works, but seems like it should generate other errors...
This is a per-user setting in the registry.
Thanks Erech. That solved my problem.