It also seems that other threads have been launched (forums.adobe.com/message/3767559#3767559), so not with certainty when it can be seen or answered. It seems that Alex is right. I removed the bProtectedMode registry entry from HKLMSoftwarePoliciesadobe10.0featureLockdown and was able to open all the files without the message. However, I`m not 100% sure what this is going to do with other PDF files, as we originally disabled it to open some files. So far, this user was okay with Protected Mode ENABLED, but a recent test prevented me from opening a b/c web pdf on my PC at my desktop. Thank you. It was exactly what I couldn`t do – switch to the screen that allowed me to accept. I went to apps and BINGO. Thank you. This is certainly an error that they need to correct as quickly as possible. And why not just accept the EULA? How to do it depends on the platform, and how they do it on Mac has already been explained in this thread (and in the message you received).
If there is anything you do not understand in these instructions, please ask. Once you start this app, you should be able to accept the EULA and Reader should launch/update. I can`t get web PDFs displayed because I have to accept the end user`s license agreement and I don`t know where to do it. Tell me exactly what to do. Thank you The feature enabled is a new feature in Reader X that allows a “Sandbox” security layer in Reader. You can read it here: blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2010/11/technical-details-of-adobe-reader-x-protected-mode.html I have exactly the same problem. When I click on a web link to a PDF file to view in a browser, the message “Before continuing, go to Acrobat and accept the end user license agreement”. .