James,LC Rights Management does prevent un-authorized users from viewing
you documents, you can also prevent them from being printed or from copy
and pasting content.The user does have to authenticate in order to open
the the protected document However, this is much better security than
the standard password security (there are lots of program that open
password protected PDF's). Password are for honest people like locks.
Only dishonest people pick locks.You can purchase LC RM by the document
Nicky,You should know that LC Right Management is sold by the number of
receipents that use the form. The following tiers are used. LiveCycle
Rights Management Per Recipient (100-999)Per Recipient (1,000-4,999)Per
Recipient (5,000+)You may also want to know that many people do not
understand the EULA restictions for Acrobat Pro Extended forms. If a
company owns 1 Acrobat Pro, they can create Reader Extended forms for
500 Named Users. Owning more than one copy of Acrobat Pro does not
extend or in...
Hi we are an Aodbe solutions partner, Here are a few answers and
suggestions.1. If you want to to get info about LiveCycle, you need to
work with an Aodbe Pantner, not Aodbe Directly, your company is too
small and and not in the banking or a government business so Adobe slaes
team is just going to pass you off to a partner.2. LiveCycle Rights
Management is sold by the Receipent, minimum license is Qty 100
Receipents, which is $165.00 per recepient => $16,500.00 for 100 users3.
It sounds like you...
Lorain,I am not sure if this can be done with LiveCycle Designer, we
have done this with a product that works with LiveCycle. You can feed
the XML data to DocOrigin and it supports this for output to PCL, PS,
PDF and HTML. Not sure if it this will help you. You can also convert
the XDP to use it in the DocOrigin Designer. DocOrigin will not replace
LC Forms but can be a nice addition for generation of the output for
print, email or web.Here is a sample of the output The table has a
detail line i...