Have installed Windows 7 on a domain client PC. Have downloaded the only version available (9.3.3) for Windows 7. End user belongs to Administrator Group on the domain and is also an Administrator if logged into the computer itself. Download and installation completes without visible error. A click on the desktop icon produces a popup that says, "An internal error occurred." That's it - nothing else happens and you're returned to the Win7 desktop. Compatibility adjustments do not help.
If logged into the machine itself (bypassing domain), the download is completed AND the Adobe Reader runs correctly. BUT IT DOES NOT RUN WHILE CONNECTED TO THE DOMAIN.
I seem to remember from earlier posts that this can happen if the path to the user profile is corrupted or not standard. This could explain why the Reader works correctly with a local user profile, but not the domain user profile.
I think the suggested solution was to recreate the user profile.
Could you please try and execute the following commands on your end (via both the processes i.e. User logged in on Domain and User logged in after bypassing domain)
echo %userprofile% (Should return an existing and verifiable path for the logged in user's data)
echo %username% (Should return the User Name of the logged in user)
This would help you to figure out whether this is a problem with the User Profile path being incorrect or not.