Thank you for responding. I have some more questions.
We have a Web Application that will be accessed by our stores. The Web Application will be on our servers at Corporate. The stores will be at another location (say California) on our Intranet accessing he Web Application. The printers are in the store and will be considered network printers. These printers are not mounted to the server but are on the client's network.
1. The PDFs will be stored on a server directory location mapped via IIS. So it will be like I looked at in a post.
<span style='font-family: "Arial","sans-serif";'><font size="2"><font color="#333333">Dim viewer As New PdfViewer()<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p></font></font></span></p><p>
'open input PDF file
Can your software access the network printers in the store? We have a requirement to give the users a choice. I will create a drop down listing the printers for the users to choose. I will pass the printer to your software.
Your software will be installed on the server.
2. Can your software access a network printer I pass to it that is internal only to the store. The client PC will access the Web Application and the print should print to the client PC.
3. Do I need to have anything else installed on the server.