Do you mean that you see the yellow banding in the IP screen preview ? (and not when you are soft proofing in Photoshop?)
Thanks for the answer.
Yes, the problem is already visible in IP preview. My understanding is that IP uses special profiles that can not be used for soft proofing in PS.
As a result, I didn't try soft proofing in PS, but only checked for gamut warnings in the working profile of the image (Adobe 1998). I would expect the color engine of IP to be able to map a non clipped Adobe 1998 file to a "correct" file in IP's propritary output profile, or am I being over optimistic here?
If its is already there in the IP preview, it seems that there are some correction parameters set, which IP takes as default. I can see that as the only explanation when your PS soft proofing is different then the IP preview/print.
There are no parameters set in IP besides profile and conversion intend. The problems occurs with both relative colormetic and perceptual by the way.