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Cannot distribute secured form.

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Hi Everyone,

Using Livecycle Designer ES2 9, with Acrobat Pro 10.0.3. Standalone implementation.

When attempting to distribute a secured form, Acrobat displays "Acrobat is unable to distribute this form because of the form's security settings."

The form distibutes and functions perfectly without security, but we require the code to be secured. What am I missing?

Thanks,

Ron

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The distribution mechanism is trying to add code to your form (to control the distribution). Because you have locked down the PDF this code cannot be added and hence the message. You will have to distribute your form some other way or leave your form unsecured.

Paul

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The distribution mechanism is trying to add code to your form (to control the distribution). Because you have locked down the PDF this code cannot be added and hence the message. You will have to distribute your form some other way or leave your form unsecured.

Paul

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Former Community Member

Thanks, I suspected that was what was happening, but hoped there was something I was missing.

Ron

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