How is this related with SCCM? No, it doesn’t 😀
But because of Adobe Reader was deployed by SCCM, and there is print problem, so it became “SCCM package” problem, and it became my problem. 🙂
So the problem is when open a pdf file in IE, when you click this little “print” icon in IE, we got an error from Adobe Reader “Bad parameter.”
Although I am 100% sure nothing wrong with our Adobe Reader SCCM package, but I intend to find out what is the reason.
This is the setting what cause this “print issue” in my case.
It was set “Enabled”. As “Help” mentioned, Some ActiveX controls and toolbars maybe not be available when 64-bit processes are used.
As you see, Adobe Reader XI is using 32-bit processes, so in this case, it stop working. (I am using 64-bit Windows 10)
I would suggest set it “Disable” or “Not Configured” if you wants to use Enhanced Protected Mode, and if you are not sure if all your ActiveX components work on 64-bit processes.
This setting you will find in your IE:
By change this setting in GPO “Disable” or “Not Configured”, or uncheck that in IE Advanced Setting, it fixed “bad parameter” problem.