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Unable to print in Acrobat 8 Pro in Citirx Web Interface

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I have a client that is unable to print .pdf in Adobe 8 Pro when accessing them through the Citrix Web Interface, but when accessing them through the Citirx Client Desktop has no problems.  The error message he gets is: before printing printer must be installed.

No other clients have this problem.  Any thoughts?
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Sounds like the Citrix Web Interface doersn't have a printer defined in its configuration to print to
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Are both connections going to the same Citrix server? If not, the installed printers may be different on the servers.

You should check the user's printers when they have connected through each method. Verify that they are the same printers, with the same drivers and permissions.

Also, check the Event Log on the server(s) to see if there are messages in there that might indicate a problem.
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