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After migration from win 2k3 r2 to win 2012 r2, the front end is unable to print MICR fonts


I have MICR fonts installed on a windows 2003 machine. I have used the same install.exe to install fonts on our new windows 2012 R2 system.
We have a web application which uses these fonts to print checks from the front end.

In the source system(win 2k3) we are able to print the test pages from notepad as well as from application front end with the desired font (IDAutomationMICR B)

After migration, we are able to print the test page form notepad from target server(win 2012 r2) with desired font.
But while trying to print with application front end, the required font is illegible and displays characters as #$%^.

Can you help us figure out if we have missed any configuration or what could be going on.

Operating System: windows 2012 R2

Application: Web application

05-29-17     842 day(s) ago    

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Ben

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In a support email, we recommend downloading the demo version of the MICR Fonts or update the Level 2 Support of the MICR Fonts. Attach an image of the issue.

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