I'm in the process of rolling out Adobe Reader 10.0.1 to roughly 100 computers via GPO. I've created an AIP using AdbeRdr1000_en_US.msi then patched this with AdbeRdrUpd1001_Tier1.msp update. When I ran the patch it definately notified me that it was upgrading the base installer file to version 10.0.1 so all appeared ok.
The package deploys just fine, however, when I check the version within adobe reader it displays that it is version 10.0.0 by default. If I click on the version number, it then displays that it is version 10.0.1.434. If I continue to click, it gives me the versions of other aspects of the program, and will display that the Core Version is 10.1. However, if I check for updates it will find one. All my machines are Windows 7, so the latest patch level is 10.0.1, which it's already supposed to be at. If I look in Programs and Features it tells me Adobe Reader X is version 10.0.0.
A fresh install of version 10.0.0 shows it's versions to all be 10.0.0 (as expected), so it seems the patch did update something. But do be sure, , what do I go by here? Is this package 10.0.0 or 10.0.1? Is it protected against the latest vulnerabilities?
Any information would be helpful here.
Thanks in advance