Permissions Required To Start Engine Follow
We're using 9.4 Automation. We have a web site that calls almost identical code to the Label Print sample application. When testing in Visual Studio, it works fine, we can change the template name, use the substrings, change the target printer, etc. great. But when the web site was deployed to IIS, the engine is not started. The generic message is returned, (app not deployed, too many engines running, not installed properly, etc...) I changed the application Pool Identity to a machine administrator and it works fine again. Which services do we need to give administrator priveleges to the App Pool Identity so we don't have to use an administrator?
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