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If you are using Windows XP, try using Adobe Reader 9 version only. I had the same problem while using Adobe Reader 11. When I reverted to 9 it worked.
In Acrobat or Reader, click Edit > Preferences. From the Preferences dialog box, select Security on the left. Click Advanced Preferences, and then click the Verification tab. Select Verify Signature using 'The Current time' Restart the pdf and validate the signature
Remove Adobe Reader from your computer, reboot, install it again (latest version), reboot then test. If still no luck, try Foxit Reader, an alternative PDF viewer.
Add the location you're trying to open it from to Adobe Reader's "Privileged Locations": You can add specific files, folders, and hosts to privileged locations to selectively trust PDF files, and bypass the security restrictions. Under the Privileged Locations, do the following: To trust any sites you already trust in Internet Explorer, select ...
Nope you can't, i personally avoid doing this to not seeing this kind of boxes, you could use alternatives than Adobe Reader XI like Sumatra PDF Reader as i use or Nitro PDF.
I checked all appdata and ProgramData folders, but the info is not stored there. I opened HKCU\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\9.0\RememberedViews There I found these folders - c1,c2,c3,...,c15 In them there were keys like ipageViewPageNum, ipageViewX, ipageViewY. I guessed that ipageViewPageNum is the page number at which it opens the document and Adobe ...
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