I have an old bespoke application on Windows 2003 Server that needs to be able to print to a pdf file and also encode the pdf file with a user specific password. This may need to be a two step process to allow pdf to a specified queue and file name (print driver and standard windows), and then a separate command line program call to encode the specified pdf file.
The file would then be separately e-mailed to the user who would be able to open the pdf securely upon receipt.
What programs can I use to print the pdf file from the program and also password protect it?
All of this to become part of an automated job on that old system.
Thanks for your message, you can use VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line and EncryptPDF Command Line to print PDF files from command line ans also password protect it, you may download these applications from our website to try,
VeryPDF Encrypt PDF Command Line,
Sorry for previous message, it seems you want to print to a PDF file and protect this PDF file also, if so, you can use PDFcamp Printer or docPrint Pro to do this work, these products are all virtual PDF Printers, you can print any printable documents to PDFcamp Printer or docPrint Printer or docPrint PDF Driver, then you can save print jobs to PDF files, and then add a password to protect PDF files easily, you may download PDFcamp Printer or docPrint Pro from following web pages to try,
PDFcamp Printer web page,
PDFcamp Printer 32bit v2.3 download URL,
PDFcamp Printer 64bit v3.0 download URL,
Document Converter (docPrint Pro) download web page,
If you want to convert from Office files and Image files to PDF files from command line, you can try with VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line, this application can be used to convert office files to PDF files and add password to generated PDF files,