Using eDocPrintPro from a Windows Service – Previously it was only possible to use the printer driver interactive – As of version 3.24.4 the driver incl. the configured PlugIns can also be addressed from a Windows Service. However, some peculiarities must be observed:
- The service must run under a user account and the driver and the associated plugins must be configured under this user.
- There may come up no dialogues – Everything must be configured “Silent” – If a dialog comes up so will the processing “get stuck” because the dialogue can not be confirmed.
To test this function a we created a sample program, which can be made single copies on a service to the selected printer driver.
Printing from a Citrix XenApp (streamed application) or Terminalserver RemoteDesktopApp – With Citrix and Microsoft Terminal Server 2008/2012, there is the possibility of applications running on the server to run in a window on the client as if the application would be installed on the local computer. In this case can be used either the printer installed on the server, but also by the client “redirected” Printer. With the current version 3.24.4 these two printing options are now supported on the eDocPrintPro.
GhostScript 9.18.1 Setup