Windows 8 Adobe Reader XI internal error

Hi,
I have created a junction link for a developer user to ensure that the main ssd drive does not become too full.
The main Administrator user that does not have a junction link in the user directory, Adobe Reader works fine.
The developer user that does have a junction link in the user directory, Adobe Reader fails with the indication "internal error". There are no entries in the event viewer indicating why the error occurred.
I was able to track this down as I found a statement indicating protected mode has been improved for Reader XI.
Could someone indicate what securities or permissions are required of the file system to make reader work? All other apps including the metro ones are working fine. Is there an option to set to relax the improved protected mode feature for Reader XI?
Thank you for any input how to resolve this issue.
jonw

I executed acrord32.exe from the command line where surprisingly a dialog box with radio buttons openned and indicated that adobe reader could not open in protected mode due to a system incompatibility. Really? Couldn't output this somewhere in event viewer, or on initial startup? Wow.
Selected always disable protected mode for the user. Now he can read pdf documents.
Thanks,
jonw

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