Automatic backup in a user folder (server installation)

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  • #6093

    lugio
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    Hello,
    in server installation, is it possible during a PDF printing, that the file is saved in a "automatic genered "folder corresponding to the name of the user.
    Same with pdfcreator (pdf forge) with this argument: <ClientComputer>

    I tested the% UserName% command without success

    thank you

    #6094

    Stefan Ziegler
    Keymaster

    The Auto Save configuration gives you the %XX% placeholders that you can use for that purpose. To get the user name, use %USERNAME%. This will be replaced with the name of the users that printed. Use this in the output folder text field.

    #6095

    lugio
    Participant

    Thanks but

    With my current configuration in the output folder:
    \\srv-test\common\PDF Impressions\% UserName%\

    instead of creating a folder that corresponds to user, it creates me a folder named
    srv-test$ file

    in my print-PDF folder:
    \\srv-test\common\PDF Impressions\

    #6096

    Stefan Ziegler
    Keymaster

    Hard to say, did you recognize the space, thats wrong here? % UserName% should be %USERNAME%

    #6097

    lugio
    Participant

    sorry is my translator to add a space, but i do not have one in conf

    dossier de sortie: \\srv-tdm\commun\Impressions PDF\%USERNAME%\
    Nom de fichier : $fileName_%Y-%m-%d %H-%M

    result:

    all the user pdf generated one folder named SRV-TDM$ in

    \\srv-tdm\commun\Impressions PDF\

    instead of creating a folder by user

    #6099

    Stefan Ziegler
    Keymaster

    Hard to say wehre is SRV-TDM$ is coming from. Could you test a bit with a simpler config in order to find the real cause for your issue. TO me, it looks OK.

    #6100

    lugio
    Participant

    I just did the test with:
    c:\testpdf\%USERNAME%

    same SRV-TDM$ in folder, no username folder

    it takes the name of the server on which the printer is installed, instead of the name of the connected user who starts printing

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