You are so wonderful, thank you!
Thank you very much, I was looking for the exact same thing and you just saved me lots of time.
You're both welcome.
On the Reader download site
it initially shows 26.1 MB but then changes to
37.86 MB. This link shows the .exe
as 26.1MB and the .msi as 40.6MB.
Does one install both????
And can I presume/assume that w/o Air
& Acrobat that the Google toolbar is not included? Thank you!
Let me tell you, you have NO IDEA how great it was to see this forum thread!!
We have been asking Adobe for this link FOR A MONTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We have been bounced back and forth, on multiple bounces, between Adobe Customer Service, Adobe Technical Support, and Adobe Web Portal Support. 2-3 people at each one of those, and we simply asked "Please give us the clean MSI". They have done it four times in the past, and now in this instance, we have been sent to hell!! We, like any other large enterprise, can't deploy AIR as it does not play well with Microsoft SCCM.
They would send us the link to the public version with all the crud. They would send us broken links. They repeatedly asked for the "Redistribution Agreement" which we signed months ago. Over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over........and over.
And yet, in this thread, in just a simple, helpful three line conversation, the requestor asked, another person provided, and the requestor said Thank You. Amazingly simple, amazingly quick.
One person, in just one response, did what THREE ADOBE TECHNICAL DEPARTMENTS COULD NOT DO!!
You guys are awesome. Thank you for posting this link. I just hope that when Adobe reads this, they will actually be embarassed. To any Adobe person who wants clarification, just look at my user name and look up the ticket in your system. Oh, wait, you can't do that. You took our large corporation, with tens of thousands of users who all need at least Reader let alone the multiple other Adobe products we have, and you put "All Adobe Communication" through to one singular person here ( not me, not even one of our technical staff ), and then you spammed him to death and left him a billion voicemails, which he didn't appreciate.
Again, to the user who provided this link, THANK YOU, you are officially smarter than Adobe Technical Support!!
I just hope that when Adobe reads this, they will actually be embarassed.
If you want Adobe to see this, post your story here http://forums.adobe.com/community/general/adobedotcom_feedback with a link to this original topic.
Will Adobe ever learn that not all customers think AIR is a beautiful baby or that we can't live without Adobe.com?
Too bad we didn't have this clean version link before installing another vendor PDF reader. It works well and now there is no compelling reason to install Adobe Reader.
You are all silly, all you need to do to get the enterprise version of reader for free is agree to this EULA! The enterprise version is plain Reader, no air or acrobat.com...
Once you fill oput the form you will be emailed a link. You do not have rights to distribute reader until you complete this...
We did. The "EULA" as you call it IS the "Redistribution Agreement". Plus, in addition to that, we did an additional agreement that gave us the rights to distribute internally for any subsequent version. We were required to have documents hand signed. The "EULA" as you call it is only per version. We went WAY over that agreement. That agreement is just email, it is small.
If I detailed all the things we have signed and done with Adobe, I would type a 20 page thread. Trust me, we have done all the paperwork, all the agreements, all the licensing, That "EULA" is just for the small companies. We are a major worldwide multinational conglomerate. We have to do much more than just that little Redistribution Agreement. That was my point. We have done all that, and yet we get the runaround from a bunch of tech support people who really don't know what they are doing.
Wow sounds like an exciting process.. lol
Big corps(like Adobe) are good at being incompetent, think it has something to do with all the bureaucracy!