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Right , Ive got a application sequenced.
On my pc , thick installed are Adobe Reader X and IE9 , Windows 7

With this application , there is a part where users create reports and click on a "PDF" button within the software.
This opens the report from a website within IE9. The application opens IE9 and starts to load the report - but it just gives a grey windows in IE9. If I click reload , the pdf reports open and then around 3 seconds later I get a message "Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library Runtime Error! Program: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 100\AcroRD32.exe The application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information. "

The pdf then cannot be saved or printed.

I have thick installed the application on the same pc for testing and it works perfect. I can't seem to work out what might be causing this , let alone fix the issue. Any help would be great.
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have you tried setting the LOCAL_INTERACTION_ALLOWED tag in your OSD file?
Answered 12/07/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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Nope - not sure how I go about that pjgeutjens. Can you help me out ?
Answered 12/07/2011 by: TheFergie101
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Easiest way is to add the following lines somewhere between the VIRTUALENV tags inside the OSD (you can edit it with Notepad):

< POLICIES >[/align]< LOCAL_INTERACTION_ALLOWED > TRUE < /LOCAL_INTERACTION_ALLOWED >[/align]< /POLICIES >[/align] [/align] [/align] [/align]Also have a look here:[/align]http://www.tmurgent.com/OSD_Illustrated.aspx[/align] [/align]
Answered 12/07/2011 by: Rheuvel
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For all your OSD related questions: http://www.tmurgent.com/osd_illustrated.aspx (add this to your favorites!!)
It's how I fake knowing about App-V [;)] You'll find the local interaction tag explained extensively in that overview.

PJ
Answered 12/07/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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Feic.....that might have solved it !!
Answered 12/07/2011 by: TheFergie101
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we work for points and money [8D]

P.S. 800 posts - does that come with cake?
Answered 12/07/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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