While many registry details are found in the sections below, see the Preference Reference for complete details.
The Wizard displays different set of pages based on the feature support for each product. For example, more panels and options appear for Acrobat than Reader. Every user modification changes the MSI table or Setup.ini file. Modifications can include writing MSI or Adobe properties to the Setup.ini file and/or setting them in the installer tables. You can use the Direct Editor or a third party tools to inspect your customizations.
Custom registry settings are stored in the EnterpriseRegistries table and custom file settings are stored in the EnterpriseFiles table. Both tables contain an Action field. Field values can have the following meaning:
All controls are initially displayed with the Adobe default values and the corresponding DB records show the Action field with a value of 0 (if the record exists by default). Modifications update the Action field with the requisite value or add a new record if required.
The RootKey field of the EnterpriseRegistries table specifies the OS Registry Root as follows: