Trouble adding Printer Driver Profile

I'm running iManager 2.5 from the NW 6.5 SP3 overlay. I have the nipp412 client installed on my XP workstation. I successfully created a new broker and manager and printer, and was able to install a printer driver into the new broker. I even installed the new ipp printer to my workstation from the new iPrint web page and printed a test page.

When I attempt to create a Printer Driver Profile, however, I select my newly created manager but iManager replies "Currently there are no drivers stored in broker OtherBroker.other.context for this desktop operating system." It ignores my newly created broker and selects a pre-existing broker that exists elsewhere in the tree.

Has anyone seen this before?
  • How many printers are on the PSM you created this "new" printer on?? What
    RMS/Broker are the other Printers pointing at?? Sounds like you might have
    a PSM that is referencing multiple brokers?

    If you goto the health monitor for the PSM, you can go to advanced
    information, broker interface. This will list out all the printers and
    what service they are using. What are the services listed??


    >>> On 12/6/2005 at 4:15:22 pm, in message

    <4395C717.0632.002D.0@wicourts.gov>,
    Tim Hansen<Tim.Hansen@wicourts.gov> wrote:
    > I'm running iManager 2.5 from the NW 6.5 SP3 overlay. I have the nipp412
    > client installed on my XP workstation. I successfully created a new
    > broker and manager and printer, and was able to install a printer driver
    > into the new broker. I even installed the new ipp printer to my
    > workstation from the new iPrint web page and printed a test page.
    >
    > When I attempt to create a Printer Driver Profile, however, I select my
    > newly created manager but iManager replies "Currently there are no
    > drivers stored in broker OtherBroker.other.context for this desktop
    > operating system." It ignores my newly created broker and selects a
    > pre-existing broker that exists elsewhere in the tree.
    >
    > Has anyone seen this before?