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 know the exact printer name that will be used, as the computer name is part of the printer name, and whenever someone logs in devmodepefuser a computer with PDF Printer for the first time, I don’t usually know the name.
If someone could shed some light that would be great. I analysed the logic and I am wrong. I have been researching for weeks to figure this out for myself, and I was looking for one more answer and found your question. 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.
Email Required, but never shown. Apparently, this problem is a common problem. Reader and Acrobat keep some local, application, printer setting information.
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Also the settings will only apply to the printer with the same name, so you have to have a different reg key for each different printer name, if you have several. The application is a Dexterity application, and I don’t have access to the source.
A GPO would also allow you to add the registry key to avoid an extra script I need to change the checked status to uncheck devmodepeguser status using regsitry. Please type your message and try again.
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Nethaji, Here you go: 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. DevModes2 is for bit app compatibility only. Right-click Print generally uses the default settings for the default printer. I’ve seen a Microsoft article somewhere which says that.
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. Go to original post. Using fairly low-level analysis, I found the “View PDF Results” was a byte at offset decimal assuming beginning byte starts at 0.