I have had great success with a training program on CD using the E-Book Compiler. They are set to not allow printing or copying. Recently I have one customer who keeps getting the message pop up about copying not being allowed when he is not touching anything.
I also have this "problem" frequently. I cannot identify the program exactly, but if a specified program is running, the ebook gives the error message. Maybe it is Photoshop, or CorelDraw or Dreamweaver, or another program I use frequently.
Sure sounds like a virus of some sort. This is a little OT, but along the same lines. Several friends have phoned in the past two weeks because when they try to print they get an error message. I suspect a virus or malware, but haven't seen anything on the net about it. In every case they removed/reinstalled the printer files and the printer worked. Strange to have a sudden cluster of printing error messages.
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