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Cannot delete NDPS jobs

I have a NetWare 5.1 SP7 server and I cannot delete the print jobs. I have jobs that say they have never printed and jobs that say they completed but still show in the job list.

If I try to resync the database it hangs and will not shutdown the printer agent. If I have the printer shutdown or set it so it is not bound (by putting in a fake IP address). Then I can delete jobs but the come back when I do a database resync.

Auditing is enabled.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
Jeff
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