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Old 01-26-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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Please could you help me with my question, if there is any method to block the internet connection for adobe acrobat x pro 10.


Actually I do this, because currently I am using a trial version of adobe acrobat pro 10, and I am using an unpermitted serial number (crack).

so each time the serial is detected immediately when I connect to the Internet.

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we can not help you since you omitted you are using a cracked serial number. it is against forum rules

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