How To Release An Exchange Server Service Pack

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    Dean…@adobeforums.com

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    Apr 26, 2008 10:55:26 PM 04/26/08

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    Just a week ago, I couldn’t print a PDF file. It’s not that mistake, it’s just that I didn’t see/asked under any circumstances.

    When I click “Print”… the “Progress” window/graph appears… it finally runs and another jar appears with the name “Print to File” (on the blue bar). It has a field called “Output File Name:”

    that you may need to fill out.

    I’ve never been asked about this, I don’t know what it means, and/or any attempt to enter a nice filename does nothing; When you type something… the field disappears, the progress bar fills up to 100%, the window disappears…

    and nothing is printed!

    When I print a document other than a photo, it just prints. I’ve been posting PDFs for a few years now, but this has never happened before. I am using XP with Media Center on an HP computer (Athlon X2 64). My machine is an HP 2401 All-in-One. I have Reader 8.1 which I redid yesterday after having an apparent problem thinking it might fix it (but didn’t). For the last week I have been tiredMany Windows updates have been received. Although I don’t know exactly what it is.

    What do I need to really get back to that particular situation where, when I select “Print”… something is printed; I don’t need to name the output file (whatever that means!). Am I creating a situation with/on the Reader? Is it the location of the printer or something in Windows “My Printers”/Control Panel?

    HELP!!

    Thank you!

    Graffiti

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    How do I find my Exchange Server Service Pack version?

    Launch the Microsoft Exchange Management Console. In the GPS Devices area, expand the Server Configuration headings until you find Server Products, and then select the target server. On the right, note the Exchange version number.

    File>Print, disable “Print to file”.