PDF generation using Adobe Acrobat Professional requires the use of a postscript HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Printers\DevModePerUser. We have term server that bunh of users login and Adobe PDF Printer has this check mark HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Printers\DevModePerUser\
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I don’t believe that we document the registry settings used by the printer – except for those needed for silent printing.
Apparently, this problem is a common problem. No a GPO wouldn’t work because you have to restart the printer spooler in order for the printer to be functional.
I don’t understand what you are trying to accomplish In many instances the settings you want for your high-end PDF printing are not the settings you want for everyday use.
Nethaji, Here you go: I am running a Citrix-driven environment, and I have a vital piece of software that creates a PDF repository of all reports as they run. Why does this make a difference?
When printing from the Print Dialog, color is correct whether this is checked or not. If someone could shed some light that would be great.
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No, I can not. But I would have to ask how you know which printer goes where? Again, check to see if the ICC profile is properly attached.
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DevModePerUser seems to do the trick. If you export it, you can run a script to add the reg key during login. Edit Answer for another minute.
IF it is always an exact printer for an exact user you might be able to use GP in conjunction with having a print server that already has the printer preferences set Rely On System Fonts offbut still it’s easier yet to just set a login script into GP and gives you some more options.
Voted Best Answer Edit Answer for another minute. I have been researching for weeks to figure this out for myself, and I was looking for one more answer and found your question. The closest I came was a post that identified an incredibly long string I have to hexedit that seems to change in specific minor versions of Acrobat. Sometimes, when user x goes to create a report, it will grab the printer from user y’s session that may not have the option properly unset- Then user x’s irreplaceable report is lost.
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