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Hello,

we have the fallowing situation. We have a SAP System with a Printer Server. This Server is Redirecting to another Print Server where a PDF Writer is installed.

The Users are printing through SAP. Is there a PDF Writer where we can set a Default Save Path where all PDF's are automaticly Saved so the user didn't get a save as dialog.
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Bull PDF Printer may fulfill your requirement.

http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf2/doc/info.php
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But how can i set the default saving path with that printer so the user is not getting a save as dialog
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