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Installation Guide

for Nuance® Power PDF Advanced 2.0
Table of contents

 

1     Introduction. 3

 

1.1    Product definition. 3

 

1.2    CD Layout 4

 

2     Installation Prerequisites. 5

 

3     Installation in Distributed Environments. 6

 

3.1    Customization with Nuance Customization Kit 6

 

3.1.1    Overview. 6

 

3.1.2    Getting Started with the Customization Kit 8

 

3.1.3    Customizing the installer 8

 

3.1.4    Optional: Finalizing the transform file. 18

 

3.1.5    Adding more components to the package. 19

 

3.1.6    Including existing application settings. 19

 

3.1.7    Finishing the installation package. 20

 

3.2    Client installation. 20

 

3.2.1    Client Installation using command line. 21

 

3.2.2    Client Installation using Active Directory. 39

 

4     Installation under Citrix Metaframe or Remote Desktop Services. 42

 

4.1    Installation under Citrix Metaframe or Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services) 42

 

4.2    Application Publishing. 42

 

4.3    Accessing the installed product from clients. 46

 

4.4    Uninstallation. 47

 

5     Microsoft App-V Virtualization. 48

 

5.1    Overview. 48

 

5.2    Virtualization of MS Office with Office Deployment tool 48

 

5.3    Sequencing Power PDF. 49

 

5.3.1    Preparing machine for sequencing. 49

 

5.3.2    Sequencing Power as a plugin for Office 2013. 50

 

5.4    Deploying on client machines. 58

 

5.4.1    Prepare client 58

 

5.4.2    Install Printer driver 58

 

5.4.3    Deploy MS Office App-V package. 58

 

5.4.4    Deploy Power PDF App-V package. 59

 

5.4.5    Set Connection Group. 59

 

5.4.6    Enable other integrations (if needed) 60

 

6     Installation of Nuance text to speech extension module in Distributed Environments. 61

 

6.1    Client Installation. 61

 

6.2    Client Installation using Active Directory. 62

 


 

 

1      Introduction

 

This document covers the main installation scenarios for the Nuance Power PDF Advanced product. The Administrative setup related topics contain necessary information for special deployment systems such as Active Directory, Microsoft Systems Management Server and System Center Configuration Manager.

 

The document describes all parameters and installer options that you may want to use during product setup.

 

For system requirements of the product, see its corresponding documentation (Release Notes located in the ReadMe folder of the CD). Note that performance and speed will be enhanced if your computer’s processor, memory, and available disk space exceed minimum requirements.

 

1.1   Product definition

 

Nuance Power PDF Advanced combines the power of PDF creation, the flexibility of PDF editing, and the versatility of PDF conversion into one easy-to-use, affordable application. It provides all the critical business features you need without the cumbersome and costly print and pre-press functionality found in more expensive solutions.

 

The Advanced version of the product is designed to be deployed and used in a distributed environment. Furthermore it provides additional features compared to its Standard version:

 

  • Software activation turned off
  • Electronic product registration turned off
  • Automatic product updates turned off
  • Silent installation
  • Distributable PDF creation parameters
  • Distributable PDF product settings
  • Efficient Redaction tool to filter out sensitive PDF content.
  • Bates numbering tool for uniquely identifying each page in sets of legal documents.Support of different document management systems. (for more information, see the product release notes)

 

1.2   CD Layout

 

The delivered CD contains all mandatory components for installation of the product.

 

The application has 32- and 64-bit versions. Most of the product components are 32-bit binaries independently from the version of the target operating system. The delivered PDF printer driver and some other components vary depending on the selected system. The CD contains both versions of the product in the System32 and System64 folders. The msi files for the corresponding product versions are

 

  • .\System32\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi
  • .\System64\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi

 

 

 

Both folders contain _setup.exe. Always use the appropriate version of the .msi files or _setup.exe according to the operating system you are targeting.

 

The supported installation languages and the associated transform files are indicated in the following table. Only one can be used at a time.

 

* Not available for beta version.

 

 

 

Language

Transform file

 

Language

Transform file

Chinese (Traditional)*

1028.mst

 

Italian*

1040.mst

Chinese (Simplified)*

2052.mst

 

Japanese*

1041.mst

Czech*

1029.mst

 

Korean*

1042.mst

Danish*

1030.mst

 

Norwegian*

1044.mst

Dutch*

1043.mst

 

Polish*

1045.mst

English

1033.mst

 

Portuguese (Brazil)*

1046.mst

Finnish*

1035.mst

 

Russian*

1049.mst

French*

1036.mst

 

Spanish*

1034.mst

German*

1031.mst

 

Swedish*

1053.mst

Hungarian*

1038.mst

 

Turkish*

1055.mst

 

Language specific transform files


 

 

2      Installation Prerequisites

 

The product requires the

 

  • Windows Installer v3.1
  • Microsoft XML Core Services 6.0 SP1
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4

 

packages to be installed on the client computers.

 

If you are going to perform the standard installation procedure via Setup.exe – located in the root folder of the CD – then Setup.exe installs these software packages automatically before launching the product installer. A reboot may be required after installation of components. The installation of the product continues automatically after reboot when you have logged in again; you are not required to launch Setup.exe again manually.

 

These packages are located in the Prerequisite folder on the CD.

 

 

 

Acitve Directory Rights Management Service

 

To work with RMS protected documents Active Directory Rights Management Service Client 2.1 and Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant must also be installed. These clients can be downloaded from Microsoft as follows:

 

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38396

 

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=28177

 

These client installers (both for 32-bit and 64-bit environments) can also be found on the install media:

 

  • .\ Tools\AD_RMS\setup_msipc_x86.exe
  • .\ Tools\AD_RMS\setup_msipc_x64.exe
  • .\ Tools\AD_RMS\msoidcli_32bit.msi
  • .\ Tools\AD_RMS\msoidcli_64bit.msi

 

 


3      Installation in Distributed Environments

 

In a corporate environment, system administrators may use a two-step procedure for software deployment:

 

  1. Customization with Nuance Customization Kit

 

The Customization Kit is located in the Tools folder on the CD (.\Tools\CustomKit\CustomizationKit.exe). The tool presets certain installation options to configure client installation.

 

  1. Client installation, which installs the product on the client machine according to the options prepared with the Customization Kit.

 

The following sections describe how system administrators can customize and deploy the product. Please note that the client installation can be replaced with a different deployment.

 

3.1   Customization with Nuance Customization Kit

 

This Customization Kit gives System Administrators the ability to customize the installation of Nuance Power PDF Advanced products prior to deploying the applications across their organization.

 

System requirements: The Customization Kit requires at least Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) 3.1 and Windows .Net 4.0 to be installed on client computer.

 

Note: You must use a Customization Kit version that is identical to the product version.

 

3.1.1   Overview

 

The Customization Kit helps to create a personalized package of Nuance Power PDF Advanced for organization-wide deployment.

 

Using this tool you can: choose where to install Power PDF Advanced, pre-define the serial number and make it read only, set feature installation states, set visibility of features on the Custom Setup dialog, configure default application settings, deploy custom files, add hotfixes to the Installation and import predefined application settings.


 

 

When you have finished the necessary modifications and published a package with the Customization Kit the tool stores the modified settings in the following way:

 

  • ’Personalization’, ’General’, ’Microsoft Office Integration’, ’Other Integration’, ’Connectors ’, ’Document Processing’, ’Languages’, ‘Signature’ and ‘Application Options’ settings will be stored in the admin_customSettings.mst transform file. This transform file will be located beside the .msi package file.

  • ‘Additional Files’, ‘Import Application Settings’ and ’Add hotfixes to Installation’ settings will be stored beside the .msi package file.

    Important: The ’Add hotfixes to Installation’ setting has effect only if installation is launched by setup.exe from the setup root folder.

     

    The basic customization workflow is as follows:

     

 

  1. Launch the Customization Kit

  2. Click Open Package in the Package group and select the supplied msi file.

  3. Specify parameters for your own package in the different panels.

  4. Optionally add hotfixes, additional files or import application settings.

  5. Click Publish Package in the Package group to finalize the customized installer for your own deployment.

  6. Distribute this customized installer to end-users or use it for a command line installation as described later.

    Notes:

    A command line installation will install all content except hotfixes. Hotfixes should be installed as an additional step.

    A command line installation must contain all the transform files necessary for your deployment including the admin_customSettings.mst file generated by the Customization Kit when you press Publish Package. See section 3.2.1

     

 

3.1.2   Getting Started with the Customization Kit

 

  1. Locate the Tools\CustomKit folder in your installation media and launch CustomizationKit.exe.
  2. Choose Open Package in the Package group, then browse to an .msi file (e.g. Nuance PDF Advanced.msi) and open it. At this stage you are free to pick either a 32-bit or a 64-bit package.

 

 

 

3.1.3   Customizing the installer

 

The first group of options includes Personalization, General, Microsoft Office Integration, Other Integration, Connectors, Document Processing, Languages, Signature, Application Options and Upgrade Behaviour.

 

Customizations from this group are saved into a transform (mst) file.

 

If you want this mst file only click Generate Transform in the Transform group and name your file.

 

If you want this mst file with the predefined name (admin_customSettings.mst) plus the whole installer file set click the Publish Package button in the Package group.

 

  1. personalizationClick Personalization.
  2. This panel lets you specify basic customer information (such as User Name, etc).
  3. Optionally mark the Suppress display of Serial Number checkbox to hide this screen from your installation flow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Destination folder: you can choose the default installation value or Browse to select a different location.

 

Note: Installation requires an empty destination folder.

 

  1. You can choose to prevent end-users from modifying each one of the above options. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to lock.

 

 

 

The next group of options lets you set a variety of generic parameters.

 

  1. generalClick General.
  2. This panel lets you specify general settings for working with .pdf files, related programs and applications (Power PDF Advanced, PDF Convert and Create Assistant). Mark the desired settings. For instance:

 

 

General settings for working with .pdf files, related programs and applications

 

  1. You can choose the setup type that best suits your needs. Mark the first option if you want to display only the Install Welcome, License Agreement and Ready to Install dialogs or use the radio buttons below to choose Typical or Custom installation.
  2. Choose a help installation type. Click the radio button for online help from Nuance or set on premises. Choose the On premises option if the installation target workstations have no live internet connection to the Nuance website.
  3. Modify the printer port name.
  4. You can choose to prevent end-users from modifying each one of the above options. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to lock.

 

 

 

Below this group, you can set Microsoft Office Integration parameters.

 

  1. microsoft office integrationClick Microsoft Office Integration.
  2. Select Microsoft Office applications in which you want Power PDF integration. This includes PDF conversion and creation capabilities. In Microsoft Outlook the offering also includes e-mail archiving to PDF.
  3. You can choose to show each one of the above options to end-users. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to hide.

 

 

 

 

This example shows full integration

 

 

 

The Other Integrations group offers similar options for non-Office applications.

 

  1. other integrationsClick Other Integrations.
  2. Select the desired integrations in programs and browsers.
  3. Access in browsers depends on the selected application.
  4. Windows Desktop Search Integration offers multiple choices. Indexing image-only PDF files is a performance-sensitive choice.
  5. For each one of the above integrations, you can specify whether you want to enable end-users to see them. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to be invisible.

 

 

The Other Integrations group offers options for non-Office applications

 

The Connectors group lets you include cloud and DMS integration in your customized install package.

 

connectorsClick Connectors. The list of available connectors is displayed.

 

  1. Mark Enable Connectors so that you can make your selections in the list
  2. Enable or disable each Connector by marking the checkboxes one by one.
  3. For each one of the above integrations, you can specify whether you want to enable end-users to see them. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to be invisible.

 

 

The Connectors group lets you include cloud and DMS integration

 

Setting Document Processing parameters lets you filter the feature set of the Power PDF application.

 

document processingClick Document Processing.

 

  1. Choose Reader mode to create a package with a predefined set of functionality.
  2. When Reader mode is off, you can select each desired item of functionality one by one.
  3. For each one of the above application features, you can specify whether you want to enable end-users to see them. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to be invisible. The options Reader mode and Advanced Edit mode are general parameters, therefore their  "visibility" is basically the set of options offered by your installer.

 

 

An example for Document Processing choices

 

 

 

The Languages group lets you customize the transform file (.mst) to give you control over Language parameters.

 

  1. Click Languages\User Interface.
    1. Make your choice of user interface languages: installation language only, all available languages or the selected languages.
  2. Click Languages\Text To Speech.
    1. This is enabled by default but you can turn it off. Disable this if installation package size is a concern.
    2. If you choose to include this in your installation, choose between having the installation language only, all available languages or the selected languages.

 

  1. For each one of the above language setup choices, you can specify whether you want to display them to end-users. Select all/none or any one of them and mark the ones you want to be invisible.

 

This example shows only the installation language selected for the user interface

 

 

 

Next are the Signature options.

 

  1. s-signatureClick Signature.
  2. Use the options to enable or disable the following:

 

  • Requiring a reason for each signature, along with facilities to edit the text

  • Displaying fields for location and contact information

  • Allowing signatures to be revoked and shown as such

  • Requiring time stamp verification of signatures.

 

An example for Signature choices

 

 

 

The Application Options panel lets you choose which of the listed options should be displayed to the end-user.

 

  1. s-appoptionsClick Application Options.
  2. Allow or refuse end-users to change some options in the Applications.
  3. Set other application options.

 

 

An example for Application Options choices

 

 

 

The Upgrade Behaviour panel lets you define the behaviour of the application in upgrade scenario.

 

  1. s-appoptionsClick Upgrade Behaviour.
  2. Set the behavior if Legacy product was installed to the system.
  3. Set the behavior if earlier version was installed to the system.

 

 

An example for Upgrade Behaviour choices

 

 

 

3.1.4   Optional: Finalizing the transform file

 

generatetransform fileNow that you have set all desired parameters, you can optionally create a transform file (.mst) for your installer. To do this:

 

  1. Click Generate Transform... in the Transform group. This option gives you the opportunity to create a transform file (.mst) based on the differences between the open package and the modifications set by yourself. 
  2. Choose a save location, specify a file name and save your transform file.

 

 

 

To resume work on an already existing transform file, click Load Transform...

 

 

 

3.1.5   Adding more components to the package

 

Finalizing the transform file (above) is optional; also you can include more than a customized transform file in your installation package.

 

3.1.5.1      hotfixesAdd hotfixes to Installation

 

The following steps let you add hotfixes and plug-ins. These, too, will become parts of your installation package but are included outside the transform file.

 

  1. Click Add hotfixes to Installation.
  2. Use the two lists to add/modify/remove and reorder executables that you want to be launched before and after installation.

 

Note: These settings take effect only if installation is launched by setup.exe from the setup root folder.

 

 

 

3.1.5.2      additional filesAdditional files

 

Besides hotfixes, you can also add other files (for instance plug-ins) to your customized package.

 

  1. Click Additional Files.
  2. You can add/modify/remove and reorder files for your package.

 

3.1.6   import application settingsIncluding existing application settings

 

To enhance propagating a shared collection of settings across your company, you can poll an already installed and configured Power PDF for settings and include these in your deployment package.

 

Available choices are determined by your Import mode selections. Under Import mode you can:

 

  • Use default product settings
  • Use settings from the locally installed product, or
  • Browse for shared product settings.

 

If you want to use shared product settings, before you start import:

 

  1. Launch Customization Kit on the machine that has your product installation to be polled.

  2. Launch the Collect Application Settings Wizard (this option is in the Wizard group)

  3. The wizard only offers to collect the settings that are different from the package you have opened. Make your selections.

  4. Browse to the folder where you want to store the collected settings.

  5. Review your settings then launch the collection process.

  6. After a successful settings collection, you are ready to Import Application Settings.

  7. Choose an Import mode to verify which choices are available for import. To include your collected settings, select the Browse for shared product settings option and locate the folder where the collected settings are stored.

    Make your selections under Settings to import. The selected options will be stored to the installation package.

     

    Important: If the Security Profile checkbox is marked under Import Application Settings the application’s default Privacy and No Modification Security schemes in the Security panel will not be transferred to the customized installation. If these two schemes are required, please create two new custom schemes that are equivalent to them.

     

 

3.1.7   Finishing the installation package

 

Once you are finished preparing the desired parameters, you are ready to publish your package to your end-users.

 

  1. Click Publish Package in the Package group.
  2. Set a target location. It is recommended to have an empty folder for your published package (the Tool warns you of this).
  3. Select which versions to publish: 32-bit and/or 64-bit, and click OK.

 

Note: To restart constructing your package, click Reset Settings to default on the Package group.

 

To access this Installation Guide, click Help in the Help group. To view product version information, click About.

 

3.2   Client installation

 

Nuance Power PDF Advanced supports special deployment systems such as Active Directory, Microsoft System Management Server and System Center Configuration Manager.

 

The client installation procedure always requires administrative privileges and must run with a per-machine installation context (ALLUSER=1).

 

3.2.1   Client Installation using command line

 

  1. Launch a console window on the client machine.

  2. Install the application with the following command:

    MsiExec.exe /i "source_path\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" INSTALLDIR="install_path" TRANSFORMS="source_path\1036.mst; source_path\admin_customSettings.mst"

    or

    If you saved an mst file with Generate Transform in the Transform ribbon then:

    MsiExec.exe /i "source_path\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" INSTALLDIR="install_path" TRANSFORMS="source_path\1036.mst; source_path\your_saved_transform.mst"

    or

    _setup.exe /l1036 /v"INSTALLDIR=\"install_path\""

    Note: If you work in Windows Vista or above it is recommended that you use setup.exe or _setup.exe, because they elevate the installation process. If you decide to use Msiexec.exe, ensure that you open the Console Window with administrative rights.

    This will install the product to the folder specified under install_path. If you omit the INSTALLDIR parameter, the product will be installed into the default installation folder. (Installation requires an empty destination folder.)

    In the above example, the selected installation language is French (1036.mst). See more in the figure: Language specific transform files.

    If you do not specify a language transform file:

 

  • _setup.exe prompts for language selection

  • msiexec.exe installs the product in its default language (English).

    Here is an example showing how to install the product with different options. To install Power PDF Advanced with a basic user interface but with no message box on completion, use the following command-line:

    MsiExec.exe /i "source_path\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" INSTALLDIR=\"install_path\" /qb

    or

    _setup.exe /s /v" INSTALLDIR=\"install_path\" /qb"

    Where q defines what type of user interface the installation will use:

 

  • /qn     specifies that no user interface will be displayed
  • /qb     specifies a basic interface with a progress bar

 

and (if used) the plus sign (‘/qb+’ or ‘/qn+’) specifies that a message box will be displayed when installation has finished.

 

 

 

During the installation of the application, specific installation options are available. Several InstallShield Wizard pages drive you through the available features. These installer features cover the different integration settings (into MS Office, Windows and Internet Explorer) and the optional components of the product. These features are controllable via Customization with Nuance Customization Kit and/or command line switches as well.

 

The list of the features and its command line switches:

 

  • General switches

    • Set application as your default viewer for PDF files.

      On: SETDEFVIEWER ="1"

      Example to turn on this setting: MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" SETDEFVIEWER="1"

      Off: SETDEFVIEWER =""

      Example to turn off this setting: MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" SETDEFVIEWER =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Launch PDF Create Assistant at startup.

      On: SSASSISTANSATSTARTUP ="1"

      Off: SSASSISTANSATSTARTUP =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Install PDF Converter component

      On: SSCONVSTATE ="1"

      Off: SSCONVSTATE =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Create shortcut for Power PDF Advanced to Desktop

      On: SSDESKTOPSHORTCUT ="1"

      Off: SSDESKTOPSHORTCUT =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Delete the user settings when the product is uninstalling.

      On: DELUSERSETTINGS ="1"

      Off: DELUSERSETTINGS =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Show only Install Welcome, License Agreement and Ready To Install dialogs on Setup Wizard

      On: MINIMALUI = "1"

      Off: MINIMALUI =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • How to install help

      Online from Nuance: HELP_MODE ="1"

      On premises: HELP_MODE = "2"

      The HELP_PATH_SHARED property contains the help path. If HELP_MODE is 2 entering a value for HELP_PATH_SHARED property is mandatory.

      Note: The state of this feature is ‘Online from Nuance’ by default.

    • Printer port name

      PDFPRINTERPORTNAME = "your port name"

 

  • Microsoft Office integration switches

 

  • Microsoft Word Integration

 

On: WORDADDINALL ="1"

 

Example:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" WORDADDINALL="1"

 

Off: WORDADDINALL =""

 

Example:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" WORDADDINALL=""

 

Note: The feature is enabled by default.

 

  • Microsoft Excel Integration

    On: EXCELADDINALL ="1"

    Off: EXCELADDINALL =""

    Note: The feature is enabled by default.

  • Microsoft PowerPoint Integration

    On: PPTADDINALL ="1"

    Off: PPTADDINALL =""

    Note: The feature is enabled by default.

  • Microsoft Outlook Integration

    On: OUTLOOKADDINALL ="1"

    Off: OUTLOOKADDINALL =""

    Note: The feature is enabled by default.

 

  • Other integrations switches

    • Lotus Notes Integration

      On: LOTUSADDINALL ="1"

      Off: LOTUSADDINALL =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • WordPerfect Office support

      On: SSWPADDIN ="1"

      Off: SSWPADDIN =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Windows Explorer Integration

      On: WINDOWSEXPLORERALL="1"

      Off: WINDOWSEXPLORERALL=""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Firefox Integration

      On: ISINSTALLFIREFOXADDIN ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLFIREFOXADDIN =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Internet Explorer Integration

      On: IEINTEGRATIONALL ="1"

      Off: IEINTEGRATIONALL =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Windows Desktop Search Integration

      On: SSWDSSUPPORT ="1"

      Off: SSWDSSUPPORT =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

  • Connectors switches

    • Enable/Disable all the connectors

      On: ISINSTALLCONNECTORS ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCONNECTORS =""

    • DocuShare

      On: NUCONN_DOCUSHARE="1"

      Off: NUCONN_DOCUSHARE =""

    • Dropbox

      On: NUCONN_DROPBOX ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_DROPBOX =""

    • EMCDocumentum

      On: NUCONN_EMCDOCUMENT ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_EMCDOCUMENT =""

    • Enterprise Connect

      On: NUCONN_EC ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_EC =""

    • Evernote

      On: NUCONN_EVERNOTE ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_EVERNOTE =""

    • eDOCS

      On: NUCONN_EDOCS ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_EDOCS =""

      Important: If eDOCS is turned off then two other properties are turned off to ensure correct application behavior. These properties are: NUCONN_EDOCS_ADDINX and ISENABLEHBADDINOPTIONX.

  • eDOCS addin-in registration

    On: NUCONN_EDOCS_ADDINX ="1"

    Off: NUCONN_EDOCS_ADDINX =""

    • iManage

      On: NUCONN_IMANAGE ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_IMANAGE =""

      Important: If iManage is turned off then two other properties are turned off to ensure correct application behavior. These properties are: NUCONN_IMANAGE_ADDINX and ISENABLEIMANADDINOPTIONX.

    • iManage addin-in registration

      On: NUCONN_IMANAGE_ADDINX ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_IMANAGE_ADDINX =""

    • LiveLink

      On: NUCONN_LIVELINK ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_LIVELINK =""

    • NetDocuments

      On: NUCONN_NETDOCUMENTS ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_NETDOCUMENTS =""

    • SharePoint

      On: NUCONN_SHAREPOINT ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_SHAREPOINT =""

    • Worldox

      On: NUCONN_WORLDOX ="1"

      Off: NUCONN_WORLDOX =""

      Note: All the connectors are disabled by default.

  • Document Processing switches

    • Reader mode

      On: ISREADONLYMODE ="1"

      Off: ISREADONLYMODE =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Advanced Edit mode

      On: ISDISABLEWRITEMODE =""

      Off: ISDISABLEWRITEMODE ="1"

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Allow running JavaScript

      On: OPT_JS_ALLOWRUN="1"

      Off: OPT_JS_ALLOWRUN="0"

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Auto Save

      On: ISINSTALLAUTOSAVE="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLAUTOSAVE=""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • AutoStore

      On: NUAUTOSTORE ="1"

      Off: NUAUTOSTORE =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Bates numbering

      On: ISINSTALLBATESSTAMP ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLBATESSTAMP =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • CaseMap support

      On: ISINSTALLCASEMAP ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCASEMAP =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Create comments summary

      On: ISINSTALLCOMMENTPRINT ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCOMMENTPRINT =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Create dynamic forms

      On: ISINSTALLFORMTYPER ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLFORMTYPER =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Dragon Notes support

      On: NUDRAGON ="1"

      Off: NUDRAGON =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • DRM Security - FileOpen support

      On: NUFILEOPEN ="1"

      Off: NUFILEOPEN =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Export/Import/Migrate comments

      On: ISEXPORTCOMMENTS ="1"

      Off: ISEXPORTCOMMENTS =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Favorites

      On: ISINSTALLFAVOURITES ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLFAVOURITES =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Fax via E-mail

      On: NUFAXVIAEMAIL ="1"

      Off: NUFAXVIAEMAIL =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • File Storage options

      On: NUFILESTORAGE ="1"

      Off: NUFILESTORAGE =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Flatten

      On: ISFLATTENENABLE ="1"

      Off: ISFLATTENENABLE =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Form Tools all, except Highlighting and reset form

      On: ISFORMTOOLENABLE ="1"

      Off: ISFORMTOOLENABLE =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Imposition

      On: ISINSTALLIMPOSITION ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLIMPOSITION =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Indexing PDF files

      On: ISINSTALLCATALOG ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCATALOG =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Maintain Revisions

      On: SAVEREVISIONS ="1"

      Off: SAVEREVISIONS =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Measurement Tools

      On: ISMEASURETOOL ="1"

      Off: ISMEASURETOOL =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Microsoft Rights Management Services

      On: ISINSTALLRMS ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLRMS =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Optimize PDF documents

      On: ISINSTALLOPTIMIZE ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLOPTIMIZE =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • PDF Document comparison

      On: ISINSTALLCOMPAREDOC ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCOMPAREDOC =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Reading Order

      On: ISREADINGORDER ="1"

      Off: ISREADINGORDER =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Redact PDF documents

      On: ISCONTAINREDACTION ="1"

      Off: ISCONTAINREDACTION =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Remove Document Elements

      On: ISINSTALLEXAMINEDOC ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLEXAMINEDOC =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Scan

      On: NUSCAN ="1"

      Off: NUSCAN =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Scan Inbox

      On: NUINBOXMONITOR ="1"

      Off: NUINBOXMONITOR =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Security and Digital signature

      On: ISINSTALLDIGSIGN ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLDIGSIGN =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

 

  • Self-signed digital ID creation

    On: NUSELFSIGNEDID ="1"

    Off: NUSELFSIGNEDID =""

    Note: The feature is enabled by default.

 

    • Sequencer

      On: ISBATCHPROCESSING ="1"

      Off: ISBATCHPROCESSING =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Spell Checker

      On: ISINSTALLSPELLCHECK ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLSPELLCHECK =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Split PDF documents

      On: ISINSTALLPDFCHUNKER ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLPDFCHUNKER =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Tagging PDF documents

      On: ISINSTALLRETAG ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLRETAG =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Use Clip Art

      On: ISINSTALLCLIPART ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLCLIPART =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Watched Folder

      On: ISINSTALLWATCHEDFOLDER ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLWATCHEDFOLDER =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

    • Watermarks

      On: ISINSTALLWATERMARK ="1"

      Off: ISINSTALLWATERMARK =""

      Note: The feature is enabled by default.

  • User Interface (UI) languages

    If the value of the property NUUSERLANGUI is 0 then the installer deploys the installation language and English. The default UI language of the application is the installation language.

    This example deploys French and English UI languages. The application will use French by default:

    MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGUI ="0" TRANSFORMS="1036.mst"

    This example deploys only English UI language. The application will use English by default:

    MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGUI ="0"

     

    If the value of NUUSERLANGUI property is 1 then the installer deploys all the available UI languages. The default UI language of the application is the installation language.

    This example deploys all the UI languages. The application will use French by default:

    MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGUI ="1" TRANSFORMS="1036.mst"

    This example deploys all the UI languages. The application will use English by default:

    MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGUI ="1"

     

    If the value of the property NUUSERLANGUI is 2 then the installer deploys all the command line defined UI languages. The default UI language of the application is the installation language.

    The supported languages and the command line options are indicated in the following table.

     

 

Language

Option

 

Language

Option

Chinese (Traditional)

NUCHTUI

 

Italian

NUITAUI

Chinese (Simplified)

NUCHSUI

 

Japanese

NUJPNUI

Czech

NUCZHUI

 

Korean

NUKORUI

Danish

NUDANUI

 

Norwegian

NUNORUI

Dutch

NUDUTUI

 

Polish

NUPOLUI

English

NUENGUI

 

Portuguese (Brazil)

NUBRAUI

Finnish

NUFINUI

 

Russian

NURUSUI

French

NUFREUI

 

Spanish

NUSPAUI

German

NUGERUI

 

Swedish

NUSWEUI

Hungarian

NUHUNUI

 

Turkish

NUTURUI

 

Command line options of User Interface

 

 

 

The following example deploys 4 UI languages, English, Chinese (Simplified), Spanish and German. The installation language is German.

 

 

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGUI ="2" NUENGUI="1" NUCHSUI="1" NUSPAUI="1" NUGERUI="1" TRANSFORMS="1031.mst"

 

 

 

Note: By default the value of NUUSERLANGUI is 0.

 

  • Text-To-Speech (TTS) languages

    Nuance Power PDF installer contains only 3 TTS languages: English, French and German. All the other supported languages (Chinese Traditional and Simplified, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, Portuguese/Brazil, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish) are in a separated Text-To-Speech installer (see the table below). This Text-To-Speech installer is either in your original product CD (NuanceTTSModule folder) or if you have Nuance Power PDF Advanced Web Edition you can download it from Nuance.com.

    Therefore if you would like to deploy other TTS language(s) than English, French or German you have to use both the “Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi” and the “Nuance text to speech extension module.msi”.

    The supported languages and the command line options are indicated in the following table.

     

 

Language

Option

 

Language

Option

Chinese (Traditional) 2

NUCHTTTS

 

Italian 2

NUITATTS

Chinese (Simplified) 2

NUCHSTTS

 

Japanese 2

NUJPNTTS

Czech 2

NUCZHTTS

 

Korean 2

NUKORTTS

Danish 2

NUDANTTS

 

Norwegian 2

NUNORTTS

Dutch 2

NUDUTTTS

 

Polish 2

NUPOLTTS

English 1

NUENGTTS

 

Portuguese (Brazil) 2

NUBRATTS

Finnish 2

NUFINTTS

 

Russian 2

NURUSTTS

French 1

NUFRETTS

 

Spanish 2

NUSPATTS

German 1

NUGERTTS

 

Swedish 2

NUSWETTS

 

 

 

Turkish 2

NUTURTTS

 

1 These voices are in the ‘Nuance Power PDF’ Installer.

 

2 These voices are in the stand alone ‘Nuance text to speech extension module’ installer.

 

Available languages and command line options of Text-To-Speech Languages

 

 

 

Deploy Power PDF without TTS languages:

 

If the value of the property NUUSERLANGTTS is 0 then the installer does not deploy the TTS feature.

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="0"

 

Deploy Power PDF and the same TTS language as the installation language:

 

If the value of the property NUUSERLANGTTS is 1 then the installer deploys the same TTS language as the installation language.

 

This example deploys French User Interface and French as the TTS language:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="1" TRANSFORMS="1036.mst"

 

This example deploys English User Interface and English as the TTS language:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="1"

 

or

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="1" TRANSFORMS="1033.mst"

 

This example deploys Spanish User Interface and Spanish as the TTS language. Nuance Power PDF installer doesn’t deploy TTS language because  the Spanish TTS language are in a separated Text-To-Speech installer (Nuance text to speech extension module.msi):

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="0" TRANSFORMS="1034.mst"

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance text to speech extension module.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="1" TRANSFORMS="1034.mst"

 

Deploy Power PDF and all  the available TTS languages:

 

If the value of the property NUUSERLANGTTS is 2 then the installer deploys all the available TTS languages.

 

This example deploys all the TTS languages from the ‘Nuance Power PDF Advanced’ package. These languages are English, French and German:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="2"

 

This example deploys all the TTS languages from the ‘Nuance text to speech extension module’ package. (The table above specifies the available languages in the stand alone TTS module):

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\ Nuance text to speech extension module.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS ="2"

 

 

 

Deploy all the command line defined TTS languages:

 

If the value of the NUUSERLANGTTS property is 3 then the installer deploys all the command line defined TTS languages. All the available languages and the command line switches are in the table above.

 

The following example deploys 3 TTS languages: English, French and German. The installation language is German.

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS="3" NUENGTTS="1" NUFRETTS="1" NUGERTTS="1" TRANSFORMS="1031.mst"

 

The following example deploys 7 TTS languages: English, French, German, Chinese (Traditional), Spanish, Russian and Japanese. The installation language is German. English, French and German TTS languages are in the Power PDF installer, the other 4 languages are in the stand alone TTS installer:

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance Power PDF Advanced.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS="3" NUENGTTS="1" NUFRETTS="1" NUGERTTS="1" TRANSFORMS="1031.mst"

 

MSIEXEC.EXE /i "[full path]\Nuance text to speech extension module.msi" NUUSERLANGTTS="3" NUCHTTTS="1" NUSPATTS="1" NURUSTTS="1" NUJPNTTS="1" TRANSFORMS="1031.mst"

 

 

 

Note: By default the value of NUUSERLANGTTS is 2.

 

  • Signature switches

    • Enable 'Require Signing Reason' and 'Show Reasons' in the application

      On: OPT_SIGN_REQUIRERESON ="1"

      Off: OPT_SIGN_REQUIRERESON =""

      Note: The feature is disabled by default.

    • Disable 'Require Signing Reason', 'Show Reasons' and 'Edit Reasons' co