Printing multiple copies of a document in 2-sided format

We have several multi-function Xerox printers in the office.  I have an adobe acrobat file with two pages.  I am trying to print 20 copies of this file in two-sided format.  I have selected 2-sided and changed the number of copies to 20.  The printers only print one copy.  I then tried to print 20 copies of single sided stapled.  Again only 1 copy is printed.  If I select single sided unstapled then I can print the 20 copies.  What is the issue?

Have you checked the 'Properties' in the Print dialog box? Depending on the printer, there may be an option to print on both sides.
Additionally, is duplex enabled on the printer? If there is a front end on the printer, the selection would be in the queue the file is submitted to.

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