Right PDF/ Gaaiho PDF Server supports two types of deployment: Client-Server Mode and Watch Folder Mode. You may choose one form or choose both.
First, choose a computer in the LAN as the server and install the "Server" program on it, while "Client" program on the users' computers. The user can access the server to convert files by auto-search or manually entering the server's IP address. On the computer, the user can set up PDF conversion compatibility, font embedding, compression, security, watermark , etc, or set up on the Server side to unify all client settings.
Watch Folder Mode:
Select a computer in the LAN as the server and install the "Watch Folder" program on it. When installation is completed, select the four folders that come with the Server (which are, separately, "Source," "Result," "Success," "Error," and set up PDF conversion compatibility, font embedding, compression, security, watermark, etc. for each. The user must connect the "Source" folder remotely via LAN and then put files into it for conversion. Right PDF/ Gaaiho PDF Server's Watch Folder program will automatically convert files in "Source" folder to PDF according to the conversion setting. If successful, converted files are saved in "Result" folder and original files in "Success" folder; If failed, original files are redirected to "Error" folder.
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