Currently I'm setting up a kiosk which uses Windows 7 and IE 9. The only additional apps I need installed is an antivurus app and a PDF reader application. Most keyboard shortcuts will be disabled as well as some mouse functions.
I'm currently testing Acrobat Reader X, FoxIT, and Sumatra PDF viewer. Which application I settle on only depends on which application meets my needs.
The kiosk opens to a static default web page. Only certain web pages will be allowed to be opened. A few of the web pages will have links for PDF documents.
I'm looking for a PDF reader that will:
1. Open the pdf document in the current web page or a new tab. Not another new window.
2. I don't want menu options available. I only want the user to scroll the existing document as a full width page, and close the document page/tab. The user will not be saving anything to the local PC, nor will they be printing from the PC.
3. I don't want a prompt window to open asking me if I want to open or save the PDF document (Sumartra PDF is doing this), I just want the document to open in the PDF viewer when I click on the link.
Can Sumatra PDF viewer be configured to meet these requirements? If so, how?