Using a group policy to configure ABBYY FineReader PDF 15
The administrator can disable menu items and options that send or download data over the Internet. The administrator can also tweak the behavior of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15. The following options are available:
Enable 'FineReader PDF Blog' menu item – Displays the Help > FineReader PDF Blog menu item
Enable 'Check for Updates' menu item – Displays the Help > Check for Updates menu item
Enable 'Send Feedback' menu item – Displays the Help > Send Feedback menu item
Enable Usage Statistics – Allows the program to send anonymous data about ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 settings and usage statistics to ABBYY for the purpose of the software improvement
Enable 'Activate...' menu item – Displays the Help > Activate... menu item
Enable 'Register...' menu item – Displays the Help > Register... menu item
Enable loading marketing tips from the ABBYY servers – Allows the download of tips and ABBYY marketing messages from the ABBYY servers
Automatically check for updates – Checks automatically for ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 updates
Prompt to make ABBYY FineReader 15 the default PDF application – Enables dialog prompts to make ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 the default PDF viewer.
Max number of CPU cores: N – Sets a maximum number of processors that can be used by ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 (setting N=0 removes this restriction)
Period of inactivity (hrs) after which license will be lost: M – Vacates the Concurrent / Remote User license after M hours of user inactivity (setting M=0 disables this option)
Note. In order to have the program not display a specific menu item or option, uncheck the box next to the appropriate item or option.