0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 1, 2011 2:40 PM by MSinger2012

    How to work around this problem with MS IE8 patch?


      After applying KB2530548 to all of our Windows XP Pro SP3 machines,  (part of June patches) we noticed a problem in Adobe reader.

      In versions 9.4, 9.45, and Adobe X,  when viewing a PDF/A  document (being required for court filings) we are seeing this behaviour:


                     With the document open, Click View -> Navigation Panels -> Standards.  It should open a pane that reads


                     Conformance  Standard PDF/A-1B ISO 

                     Name: ISO  19005-1  Status:  not yet verified

      Instead, we get a string of HTML code that reads <html><head><meta http-equiv='Content-Type' content='text/html; charset=utf-8'  /></head><body>< (more code scrolls off the panel)


      If I uninstall the patch,  it works fine.  I would prefer to keep the protection that the patch offers,  but we use the "Standards" panel to determine if the document complies to the PDF/A  spec.  Is there any known workaround for this?