Creating custom time-stamp server in FineReader PDF 15 for multiple workstations

Question

How to create a custom time-stamp server in FineReader PDF 15 (not via UI)? 

Answer

Follow the steps below to make changes for all users in the organization:

  1. Specify url and login to connect to the custom time-stamp server in registry for necessary users using the most appropriate method (script, group policy preferences etc.)
    1. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\ABBYY\FineReader\15\PDFTransformer\Shell\Signature SignatureTimeStampServerUrl= <serverURL>
    2. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\ABBYY\FineReader\15\PDFTransformer\Shell\Signature\SignatureTimeStampServerLogin= <login to connect to your time stamp server>
  2. Add a Generic Credential with the following values for necessary users:
    1. Internet or Network address = <the same time stamp server url as above>
    2. User Name = <login to connect to your time stamp server>
    3. Password = <password to connect to your time stamp server>

Note: Generic Credential may be added via command line:
cmdkey /generic:<url> /user:<username> /pass:<password>
After these steps login and password will be encrypted and saved on user’s computer in a Windows storage (Windows Credentials).

Additional information

This instruction is applicable for FineReader PDF 15 since Release 9.

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