Why would you want to install acrobat reader on a network disk? surely you would install it on your local harddrive
Definitely I install Reader on the local harddrive to usualy folder (Program Files\....). I only redirect to network disk folder "Documents" from the user profile.
I dont get what you saying.
If your only redirecting your my document folder to a network disk - thats got nothing to do with the installation of reader then??
surely your just using the network drive to store your documents. Are you saying you cannot open files from your network drive?? if thats the issue thats something seperate alltogether
I also don't understand it.
The network driver nothing in common with this instalation proces, but when I redirect this folder, that ensue this problem. Before redirect I install Reader x.x without problems.
1. I have Windows Vista
2. I have redirecting My Documents folder to network driver H: (This is the home folder for domain user profile)
3. I run install process Adobe Reader 9.2
4. Extract this file is OK
5. Open windows with the error mesage.
6. Stop installation proces.
7. I need install Adobe Reader to local disk. Irrelevant when I start install from folder at local or network driver.
8. On disk H: is only documents. This documents are usually accesible. AppData and other systems folder from user profiles is still at local disk C:
Thank You for interest in with my problem.
I would use an offline installer for adobe reader - do a search on google for one.
Failing that there is one http://ardownload.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/9.x/9.0/enu/AdbeRdr90_en_US.exe
Save it to your desktop and directly install it from there.
When I redirect folder "Documents" back to local disk, that instalation is OK.