1   Introduction

This document is designed for administrators and other enterprise IT professionals who manage 9.x and later products. It is not intended for end users. Most of the details here pertain to registry and plist level preferences, enterprise technologies, and features that require administrator privileges to use.

What’s new

A short list of changes and additions for 11.0 includes the following:

  • Windows Properties: A Properties Reference in a sortable table.
  • Macintosh: Support for feature lockdown, trial installs, and other features.
  • Actions and Tool sets: Configuration and file deployment.
  • Installer properties: New command line properties, including those for configuring Forms Central installs and setting the product language in virtualized environments.
  • Citrix: An updated Citrix chapter describing performance enhancements and additional configuration options.
  • AIP: Additional information about AIP deployments.
  • GPO: New GPO deployment details including a description of the new GPO templates.
  • Acrobat multi-language installers: Details about Acrobat’s new MUI installers and how they help IT manage and streamline deployments.
  • An installation workflow section: Describes licensing and activation details as well as the various methodologies for configuring installs.

Related Resources

This guide is part of an enterprise resource ecosystem designed to help administrators manage Acrobat products across their organizations. All available resources can be accessed from the Enterprise Toolkit for Acrobat Products.

Note

If you’re deploying a version of Acrobat that was delivered as part of a Creative Suite, you should also refer to the documentation at http://www.adobe.com/devnet/creativesuite/enterprisedeployment.html.