Does DocPrintPro 7.0 longer support running simultaneous sessions when run on Windows Server 2012 R2? I had no issues running the two command line simultaneously using DocPrintPro 6.0 from Windows 2003 R2 to convert an RTF file to PDF. However, when I run two same command lines simultaneously using DocPrintPro 7.0. The last one either executed fails; or worse, one of the converted documents lands is placed in the filename the other command line was supposed to created.
A command line example follows:
C:\MIE\Apps\DocPrintPro\doc2pdf.exe -p 0 -d -D -i C:\test\in.rtf -o C:\test\out.pdf
Thanks for your message, in general, you can't run more instances of doc2pdf.exe at same time, because these instances will conflict with each other, you need convert more documents to PDF files one by one.
If you wish convert more documents to PDF files at same time, you need install more virtual printers, please look at following web page for more information,
Do you wish convert more office documents to PDF files at same time? If yes, please by following steps to do the concurrent conversion in your system,
1. Please use Administrator Privilege run following .bat file to add 20 PDF Printers into your system,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v7.0\psdriver\batchaddprinters.bat"
2. OK, you can run following command lines to batch convert your documents at same time,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -s printer=auto -s outdebuglog=1 -s nochangedefaultprinter=1 -i C:\test001.doc -o C:\out001.pdf
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -s printer=auto -s outdebuglog=1 -s nochangedefaultprinter=1 -i C:\test002.doc -o C:\out002.pdf
You can use "-s printer=auto" parameter to switch printers automatically, you may also refer to following .bat file for more information,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v7.0\examples\test-concurrent-conversion-by-auto-choose-printer.bat"
3. OK, you can convert more of your documents at same time now.