I use a program that calls a specific set of fonts when creating a PDF. When used on my workstation it works fine but when I use it through terminal services or Citrix it does not use the same fonts, making the document look bad as some words overlap.
I narrowed this down to the fact that the program looks for the fonts on the windoes directory for the user logged in and it can't find the fonts folder on that location (c:\documents and settings\username\windows. If I manually copy the fonts folder to my users windows directory, it works correctly.
Any idea on how I should resolve this? I can't manually copy that to each user. Can I copy this to every user on one step?
Anyone has a better idea to resolve this?
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