Pdf print support 64bit system
I have been using Pdfprint for some years, I upgraded my computer from xp 32bits to win7 64bits. When I use the command to list available trays for a printer, list is empty.
I tried the same on win7 32bits it works fine.
Do pdfprint supports 64bits OS ?
Yes, pdfprint.exe does support 64bit system, we suggest you may run pdfprint.exe by administrator right to try again, can you get it work with administrator right?
yes it works. (manually opened command prompt with admin right).
how to use admin right in batch file ? (i am calling pdfprint in a home made .bat script).
thanks for the help
You can run a CMD window by administrator right first, and then run your .bat file in this CMD window, your .bat file will be given the administrator right too.
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