Updating the adm files

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Acrobat products support post deployment configuration via GPO.

They define the settings that be managed, not the settings themselves.

These settings amount to registry values which are automatically added to the client computer's (or user profile's) registry by the Administrative Templates Client Side Extension (CSE) when the client computer processes Group Policy. Rather, I think you just want to set a particular registry value in the same way that the CSE would set it.

I'm tending to think that you're probably working in an environment without Group Policy and are looking to apply settings to standalone computers.

(If that's not the case you should just be using Group Policy.) With the particular setting you're looking for you can probably just research managing the Automated Updates client with registry settings to create a registry merge that will do what you want.

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