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2 Print Jobs in queue

Hi we are pilotiing an enterprise MFD/Accounting solution. It fires a job
off the an LPR agent which is directed to the MFD server. That is all
good. The problem is once the user goes to the MFD and authenticates,
when they view the jobs waiting it looks like there are two jobs waiting
for them(although one will only print out). The iPrint driver from the
local workstation is producing 2 Jobs the first one is 1k and the 2nd the
actual size of job.
Everything still woks OK it is just confusing for the users. Any idea on
how to get rid of the first jobs

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Re: 2 Print Jobs in queue

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