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Topic: Print PDF docs to selected printer from NT service
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55857
From: levensen
Date: 5/29/2002 05:15 PM

I've looked through some previous threads on this forum in order to find if Adobe's SDK would support
printing (already-formatted) PDF documents to printer(s) other than the 'default' printer, from an NT Service.
The printers would be set up on an NT machine (their network path and names loaded in the Windows registry ). The service would determine which printer to use based on characteristics of the document.
I got the impression from 'aandi's posting that Acrobat or the SDK would not support printing from a 'non logged in' client, that is, an NT Service rather than a process associated with an NT username/password or so. Does anyone know that this is or is not so?
In looking at the tools offered by activePDF they seem to be geared toward use in context of scripting, eg, javascript and html.
L. Evensen

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