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Trying to install adobe reader 9 and get this message "The feature you are trying to use is on a network resourse that is unavailable. Then there is something about can't find AdbeRdr812_en_us.msi instilation package" can anyone help me...thanks

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From a web install?
If so, save the full install file to a local disk, and run the program from there, installers create temporary files.
If directly launched from the web, security permissions may not be set to allow them to create files
Dont lower security settings

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