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    PDF Printing for SIMS .net Exams Organiser / .Net Framework 4 / Adobe Reader 10

    Hello everybody
    Does anybody have a working PDF printer that works with the SIMS.net Exams Organiser (6.84), .Net Framework 4 (4.0.30319) and Adobe Reader 10 (10.1.0)?
    I've tried PDF Creator, CutePDF, Bullzip and PrimoPDF. The couple that actually work don't 'see' the desired target network shares for saving the PDF file, they only see local disks.
    Have any of you come across this recently?
    PrimoPDF worked fine until we updated to .Net 4 and PDFCreator was fine until we updated to Adobe reader 10!
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    Bullzip is working fine here... couldn't you save them locally then move them to the share?

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    Thanks, that's of course one option but I wanted to cut out the middle step.
    Does bull zip show network shares for you in the save location dialog?

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    We use nitro pdf for all our pdf printing needs we're not a sims school so I can't say if it will work with that but it saves to network locations.

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    Not sure about your setup, but pdf999 helped me out of a lot of issues.

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    Thanks for the replies everybody.
    The only PDF printing I could get working with mapped drives and SIMS.net Exams Organiser is PDF995.
    I tried Bullzip, PrimoPDF and PDF Creator amongst a couple of others and they're all really good products but PDF995 fit the bill in the end.
    Thanks once again!

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