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Bilingual iPrint Drivers

I found an old forum article that discuss my potental issue, I wonder if any one else has a work around.

We are looking to consolidate our printing environment with switching to OES from Netware 6.5 and creating a single driver store. Now we need to support different language files for the printers, FR, NL, ES, DE and EN. When I follow this forum article it breaks the certificate on the printer driver when when deployed to clients could give a potential driver signing error. Does anyone else have experience of using multi lingual print drivers. At the moment I'm focusing on Lexmark printers and using the universal print driver.

Drivers are requrired on XP, Win 7 32 and 64 bit.

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