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We have a requirement to print a PDF document from hardware station through Adobe session. We need to use Adobe session since we need to enable both side printing and with raw print it does not happen.So in hardware station , we are trying to open the Adobe session and then pass the printer name as well as the file data which needs to be printed.
We have tried this code on a console application as well as with the local hardware station and it works fine.
We are facing issue in case of shared hardware station as in this case hardware station runs on IIS. The Adobe session gets created in the task manager but does nothing.
The application pool of hardware station is running with the same local user. Also tried enabling "Allow service to interact with desktop" on the WWW service but still no luck.
Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.
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