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Anyone know of a good free pdf maker that wioll run on server 2008 R2 64 bit?

I use cute pdf on all the desktops but it does not say on their site that they support server 2008 R2
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It may be difficult finding one that actively states it's SUPPORTED.  That said, I would not expect problems with CutePDF on server 2008 R2.

Remember, supported could mean they simply won't help you but it works just fine in 99% of the circumstances.
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What do you want it to do? I run CutePDF on a Remote Desktop Server.
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