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Failed to delete iprint printer

Dear all

We are running ZCM 10.1.3 on SLES 10 (with all Field Test Patches for the agents).

Under ZCM System Messages Log we see lot's of errors like:

Failed to delete iprint printer ipp://print.zcmzone.ch/ipp/P_NEI_HP4100

Additional Information: None
Severity: Error
Date: May 18, 2009 9:51:56 AM
Acknowledged Date: None
Source: /Devices/Workstations/xp131
Message ID: POLICYHANDLERS.PrinterPolicy.IPrintPrinterDeleteFailure
Probable Cause URL: None
Log ID: 8874586321fc416ba66183613454666a
Related Objects: None


and

UnEnforcement failed for Policies iPrint_NE:.

Additional Information: None
Severity: Error
Date: May 18, 2009 9:51:56 AM
Acknowledged Date: None
Source: /Devices/Workstations/xp131
Message ID: POLICYHANDLERS.PrinterPolicy.UnEnforcementFail
Probable Cause URL: None
Log ID: 463a641c7f86460b392c2d296690cf17
Related Objects: None


However printers are working fine and we don't see the problem in the iPrint Policy....

Any help really appreciated
Werner
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Re: Failed to delete iprint printer

Not exactly sure what is doing on, but by Default, User Assigned iPrint
Printers are supposed to be deleted at Logout.
Device Assigned iPrint Printers are only removed on unassignment.

If you are using User Assigned iPrint Printers, you may be able to move to
Device assignments to clear up the error.

"whenz" <whenz@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote in message
news:whenz.3sdia0@no-mx.forums.novell.com...
>
> Dear all
>
> We are running ZCM 10.1.3 on SLES 10 (with all Field Test Patches for
> the agents).
>
> Under ZCM System Messages Log we see lot's of errors like:
>
> --Failed to delete iprint printer
> ipp://print.zcmzone.ch/ipp/P_NEI_HP4100-
>
> Additional Information: None
> Severity: Error
> Date: May 18, 2009 9:51:56 AM
> Acknowledged Date: None
> Source: /Devices/Workstations/xp131
> Message ID: POLICYHANDLERS.PrinterPolicy.IPrintPrinterDeleteFailure
> Probable Cause URL: None
> Log ID: 8874586321fc416ba66183613454666a
> Related Objects: None -
>
> and
>
> -UnEnforcement failed for Policies iPrint_NE:.
>
> Additional Information: None
> Severity: Error
> Date: May 18, 2009 9:51:56 AM
> Acknowledged Date: None
> Source: /Devices/Workstations/xp131
> Message ID: POLICYHANDLERS.PrinterPolicy.UnEnforcementFail
> Probable Cause URL: None
> Log ID: 463a641c7f86460b392c2d296690cf17
> Related Objects: None -
>
> However printers are working fine and we don't see the problem in the
> iPrint Policy....
>
> Any help really appreciated
> Werner
>
>
> --
> whenz
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whenz1 Absent Member.
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Re: Failed to delete iprint printer

Hi Craig

The iPrint policy is assigned to users and OU's containing users.
I also see messages like:

Printer ipp://print.zcmzone.ch/ipp/P_ME_HP8100N already exists for user , hence not adding.

this is clearly indicating that you are right, however I still think that Novell needs to address this issue. We have only 150 clients here, but the messages log fills up so quickly that it is difficult to find the really important errors.

We now opened a SR...

Cheers
Werner
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floort Absent Member.
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Re: Failed to delete iprint printer

I have still the same error (unenforcement) in zcm 10.3
Do you get a solution from the SR?
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