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Topic: Problem with Automating Distiller in SDK 5.0 in NT
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38915
From: ronmiller77
Date: 4/19/2002 03:35 AM

Recently upgraded to ACROBAT 5.0 and downloaded the 5.o SDK. HAd been running several VB apps that used PDF automation as described in the SDK (using SDK and ACROBAT 4.05). My VB code used the pdfdistiller interface method "FileToPDF" and worked like a charm.
Now with the newer and 'better' version??? FileToPDF hangs if I am logged on the the NT workstation as a DOmain user and gives me an error saying that it couldn't create the object; however, if I log on to that workstation as ADMINISTRATOR and run the exact same code...it runs like a champ. I have been allover the ADOBE SDK user forum site and there are several archival references to similar problems but I did not find one solution...did ADOBE take steps backward with the newer stuff? Helpplease......

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