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Re: Editing Protected office Documents stored on Sharepoint or network drive - Adobe LiveCycle 13-09-2012
Based on the message to are seeing, I would say no. The file woild need to be local.RegardsSteve

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Re: Info needed on limitations of Rights Management - Adobe LiveCycle 07-09-2012
NickyWhen a policy is applied to a PDF using Rights Management, users who were included in the policy must authenticate to Rights Management. Users are stotred in a database, and authentication is eother handled by LiveCycle or LDAP (depending on how the LC database of users was populated.It is possible to set a policy to "Anonymous", which means there is no authentication step, anyone can open the PDF, but permissions can still be enforced (i.e. No Print), but the permissions are global (meanin...

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Re: Digital Signatures - Adobe LiveCycle 26-04-2012
You can set "seed" values in the signature field. A seed value can control the behaviour of the field. In the case mentioned in the original post, you coul set the seed value of the "supervisor" signature field so that only the specific digital certificate owned\held by the supervisor could be used to sign the field.You can set signature field seed values so that the signature field can only be signed by...a specific digital certificate (Signing Certificate)any certificate issued by a specific c...

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Re: Apply policy with a policy created by another user - Adobe LiveCycle 03-04-2012
RodrigoIf you are using the "My Policies" feature, and If the user created the policy in "My Policies" then only that user (policy creator) can apply the policy to a document. These are considered "personal" policies.You need to create a Policy Set, and then policies with in the policy set. Any user that is set as a "Document Publisher" within the policy set will have access to the policies stored in the set and can apply any of the policies to a document.SegardsSteve

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Re: Print Once functionnality - Adobe LiveCycle 23-03-2012
The sample you found is probably as good as it's going to get. Rights Management policies can either allow or prevent printing, there is no "permission" to set the number of copies that can be printed.The policy is checked when the document is opened, if the policy is dynamically changed (i.e. the permission to print is removed) it will not take affect until the document is closed and re-opened, so in theory, the document can be printed multiple times when opened the first time.Also, there is no...

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Re: Is there a way to embed an unencrypted "replacement document" for non IRM-aware clients? - Adobe LiveCycle 23-03-2012
It is probably not exactly what you want, but I think you could have an unencrypted PDF that anyone could view, with the encrypted PDF attached to it. You can not achieve what you want with a single PDF file.RegardsSteve

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Re: Signing a form without a signature field - Adobe LiveCycle 09-03-2012
PeterThat's odd, as it is possible to certify a PDF (without a signature field) when using a process created in Workbench. You would think that the APIs would function the same, unless the CertifyPDF operation in Workbench creates an invisible signature field as part of the certify operation.You could check with Adobe Technical support to confirm.RegardsSteve

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Re: Signing a form without a signature field - Adobe LiveCycle 08-03-2012
PeterI was asking if you had tried to certify the PDF using the the SignatureServiceClient certify method without creating a signature field.Steve

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Re: Signing a form without a signature field - Adobe LiveCycle 08-03-2012
Using the Workbench tool, you can create a process to "certify" a PDF using the CertifyPDF operation without needing to specifiy a signature field. The same should be possible when using the APIs. Have you tried to certify the PDF without creating a signature field first?RegardsSteve

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