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[archive] Windows Printing with Terminal Services

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 17 April 2003]

we have one site that is having weird problems with printing in terminal services, I am assuming it's hardware related but thought it wouldn't hurt to post and see if anyone has seen this.

we have a simple printing routine

Open extend Printer-name
write printer-rec
close printer-name

you get the idea.

we are using the windows spooler -P SPOOLER
The workstation is accessing the software via terminal services,
and the printer is shared on the network and availible in the terminal services session.

the problem is that a few times each day the program bombs with an error 30 on the printer. when it attempts to print to the printer.

So we have added the c$rerr to the declaritives to try to get a sence of what is going on, but we can't duplicate the problem.

has anyone had something weird like this happen.
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