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Topic: Sharing an AdobePDF Printer on win2k server
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 106787
From: vb_code
Date: 2/28/2004 10:39 AM

I have Adobe Acrobat ver 6.0 installed on a Windows 2000 server network, and I'd like to share the AdobePDF printer on that computer so other users in the network can print to it and create PDF files without having to install the Distiller on each computer.

I've already tried Sharing the printer through Windows. When I try to print to it from another computer, The server pops up with a error. The printers dialog box says that it's printing, but nothing happens on client computer.

Is this even possible to do, or will I have to install Adobe Acrobat ver 6.0 on all the computers? (BTW, all the computers are running Win2k.)

Thanks,



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