Setting PDF properties in Windows Server 2003 schedule task

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I am trying to create a batch program to print a report overnight in PDF to a specified folder using Windows 2003 scheduled task

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to install Win2PDF on local PCs from a Windows print server, you can install the standard version of Win2PDF on the server and use Windows printer sharing to make the printer available to each client computer

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  • Genderhayes
    install the standard version of Win2PDF on the server and use Windows printer sharing to make the printer available to each client computer
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    I appreciate the responses. However, installing a new software on my  company's server is a no go. Too much red tape about security issues.

    Creating a batch program to remotely set printing preferences for a predefined directory path and file name in a windows 2003 server environment setting for the software "Edoc printer PDF Pro"   is my only work around option. Therefore, when I schedule the task to run overnight, the file will print through PDF to a selected folder under a selected name

     

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