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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If someone could shed some light that would be great. Adobe does not support this configuration, so they will not provide a clear way to implement it at a network level with clients in many locations and 4 different major versions of Acrobat.
Just make sure that you restart the spooler after words, just to make sure that the changes apply. Does this value changes from version to version?
Using fairly low-level analysis, I found the “View PDF Results” was a byte at offset decimal assuming beginning byte starts at 0.
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I appreciate any help. Why does this make a difference? 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. I have nowhere else to go at this point. DevModePerUser seems to do the trick.
Edit Answer for another minute. Please enter a title. Plus if you wanted to add specific printers by a process of “filtering” than you would have to use vbs in order to do so. Here is what I would suggest – if it’s OS based all apps have this behaviorcontact Microsoft and report it as such. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This content has been marked as final. How to change the UI with my own values?
They are the settings that appear right after launching the application after a reboot. If anyone else has a solution to this problem, I’d love to hear it. Post as a guest Name. Right-click Print generally uses the default settings for the default printer. Any suggestions on how to enable ICM with context-menu printing? But I would have to ask how you know which printer goes where?
Reader and Acrobat keep some local, application, printer setting information. I am running a Citrix-driven environment, and I have a vital piece of software that creates a PDF repository of adoobe reports as they run. So, in other words, no support on major product lines from two major companies. Doug– Thanks for devmodeperuder reply: Under the above path, in what memory locations the value is stored? If, after all of this – and trying other apps, other than Reader, to see if the color is corrected for them, you are still having isues this sounds more like an OS bug than a Reader specific issue.
The problem I have is that the users’ printers must populate into the environment Not just the default printers- ALL of themand a number of the computers have Acrobat 9 or X on them. To fix your problem I was able to find that the registry key found here: Apparently, this problem is a common problem. I have been researching for weeks to figure this out for myself, and I was looking for one more answer and found your question. I analysed the logic and I am wrong.
Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Registry Details
I’ve seen a Microsoft article somewhere which says that. I’m after the same thing, I have had a read of the PDF above but still cant find the exact registry key I need especially for “rely on system fonts” in Windows using Acrobat 8.
Thanks alot Leo Can you give the url to download it because i could not find the document in my SDk. I have tried with Devmode2 in printer settings to make that particular field as “1” but it not working where to change the value exactly? When printing from the Print Dialog, color is correct whether this is checked or not.