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Old June 28th, 2010, 02:16 PM
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I believe the issue that you are experiencing is that an Adobe virtual printer, although can be shared in Windows, cannot be used by a remote client because that application is not actually installed on the client (DLLs, Registry, etc).

Depending on what needs to happen under the hood, something like a ActiveX PDF Generator or a .NET PDF library come to mind, or automating the "print" button sub routine to create the PDF in a temp folder and repost the web page as the src.
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