How to batch print PDF files from command line? PDFPrint Command Line does support batch printing, you can run this command line to batch print all PDF files in a folder at one time

I want to buy pdf-print-cmd license and have following questions:

1. What's different with Developer License and Server License?
2. How many machines can be used per one License?

Thanks,
Customer
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>>1. what's different with Developer License and Server License?

Please refer to following information to understand the different licenses,

Server License: It can be run on one server/computer with any number of users, it is licensed by per production server/computer (you needn't pay for development/test and backup servers), you will need to purchase a server license for each production server/computer you wish to run Server License on. Server License can be run Windows NT Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server etc. server systems. After you purchase a server license for a server, all users on this server will able to use this product without any restrictions.

Please notice: Server License is can only be accessed by all users or applications which reside in this server, you can't place the exe file on a shared folder and use it from several clients. If you wish to use it by this method, you will need to purchase a developer license or purchase a license for each client, and register the software from each client, then each client will able to use the software without any license problem.

Developer License (Royalty Free License): It can be run on any number of servers or computers with any number of users, it is licensed by per developer. Developer License is royalty free for runtime desktop redistribution. Developer License does cover the Server License.

If you wish run our product (command line or SDK or COM) on lots of computers, you need purchase Developer License (Royalty Free License), once you purchase the Developer License, you can run our product on any number of computers, you can also integrate our product with your application and distribute it with your own application royalty free.

However, if you will run our product on one server only, the one server license will enough to you, you may choose proper license according to how many computers that you will run our product on.

You may look at full license agreement from following page,

http://www.verypdf.com/custom/license_agreement.htm

If you need Maintenance Service, please refer to our support options from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/custom/maintenance.htm

>>2. How many machines can be used per one License?

Thanks for your message, One Server License can be used on one machine only, the Developer License can be used on more machines.

VeryPDF
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It means Developer License can run any computers without any limitation, does it?

Customer
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>>It means Developer License can run any computers without any limitation, does it?

Yes, the Developer License can be run on any computers without any limitation.

VeryPDF
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Thanks for update.

One more question:

Does pdf-print-cmd support batch printing? i.e., print multiple pdf files at the same time.

Customer
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Yes, PDFPrint Command Line does support batch printing, you can run following command line to batch print all PDF files in a folder easily,

for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do pdfprint.exe "%F"

//You can use following one command line to batch convert all of your files at one time easily,

#1: Print all PDF files in D:\temp folder,

for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do "C:\VeryPDF\pdfprint.exe" "%F"

#2: Print all PDF files in D:\temp folder and sub-folders (recursion),

for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do "C:\VeryPDF\pdfprint.exe" "%F"

//You can do same thing in .bat file, but you need use "%%" to instead of "%" in .bat file,

for %%F in ("D:\temp\*.pdf") do "C:\VeryPDF\pdfprint.exe" "%%F"

for %%F in ("%CD%\*.pdf") do "C:\VeryPDF\pdfprint.exe" "%%F"

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