Locked TMP files left behind in profile

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Apr 05, 2022 Apr 05, 2022

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Adobe Reader version v2022.001.20085.

 

Whenever I print something in Adobe Reader my users end up with Z@R6XXX.tmp files. These files are locked and when the user logoffs the files remain causing an unsuccessfull deletion of the local userprofile.

 

"Error deleting file, access denied."

They appear to be font files used for printing. They are in use by svchost.exe en system processes.

 

I found this thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/acrobat-reader-discussions/unable-to-delete-temporary-files/td-p/6430...

from 2014. Is this bug reintroduced?

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I can confirm that creating a acroct.ini file in C:\Windows with the following conten:

[WinFntSvr]
TTToSysPrintDisabled=1
T1ToTTDisabled=1

 

Stops the temporary files from being created alltogether. But in effect it makes the printing a lot slower. What does this setting do exactly? And why does it circumvent the issue?

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