Adobe Reader X installation caused me a very strange, unusual problem. My OS is Win XP SP3 and I have already installed Adobe Acrobat v.9.4.5.
The installation process went fine, but when my system had to be restarted after the installation at the domain login the system requested me to change my password, because of the expiring. It was very strange, because the PW has been changed 2 weeks before regarding the official 3 months period rule. I did the change now again, but after that I could not reach anyway a https web site (with certificate) and additionally has been destroyed my predefined signature in the Adobe Acrobat.
Well, after a longer wrestling with my system I could restore the missed functionalities (I had to remove the Reader too for this). However later I needed again the Reader for a test purpose and after the new installation exactly the same problem happend as above I described!
Has someone faced with any similar case?
Reader X and Acrobat 9.x are not compatible. Either upgrade to Acrobat X or uninstall Reader X (this might require a re-installation of Acrobat 9.x).
Thanks for the info. Maybe that would be nice to build into the Reader and/or Acrobat a function to check any existing installed Adobe versions on the PC and warn the user if there would be any incompatibility issue during the installation of a new Adobe product. Many no-name programs can do that............ The great Adobe no would be able to do that???????