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Cannot delete print jobs

Hi,

My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and iprntnw65c
applied.
Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if I
backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.

Any ideas?
TIA


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Deleting jobs via the Printer Folder should only allow deletion of jobs by a
user that where submitted by that user. Is this the behavior that use to
work and now doesn't??

Have you tried back-rev'ing the ippsrvr to see what effect that has??

>>> On 6/6/2006 at 5:35 AM, in message

<PLdhg.4626$8_3.2641@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Leslie
Saffrey<lsaffrey@myrealbox.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and iprntnw65c
>
> applied.
> Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
> Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if I
> backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
> The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.
>
> Any ideas?
> TIA

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Hi Leslie

We had the same problem and back revved it to the SP5 one and it worked
fine.

I am sending an email to patchfeedback@novell.com about this!


Leonard...

Leslie Saffrey wrote:
> Hi,
>
> My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and iprntnw65c
> applied.
> Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
> Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if I
> backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
> The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.
>
> Any ideas?
> TIA
>
>



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____________________________________________________________________
Leonard Holling Email: <mailto:lholling@microvell.com.au>
Systems Engineer
Microvell Consulting Pty Ltd
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Hi There

Even better I got feedback from Novell already and they said the following

Thank you for reporting this problem. I have run my own test and I can
duplicate what you are seeing. This is valuable information. I am
going to write a bug and have this investigated by engineering.

Thank you again.

Excellent service!


Leonard...

Leonard Holling wrote:
> Hi Leslie
>
> We had the same problem and back revved it to the SP5 one and it worked
> fine.
>
> I am sending an email to patchfeedback@novell.com about this!
>
>
> Leonard...
>
> Leslie Saffrey wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and
>> iprntnw65c applied.
>> Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
>> Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if
>> I backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
>> The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>> TIA
>>
>>

>
>



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____________________________________________________________________
Leonard Holling Email: <mailto:lholling@microvell.com.au>
Systems Engineer
Microvell Consulting Pty Ltd
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Hi,

Users should be able to delete jobs they submitted and any jobs if they have
Operator Role, I couldn't do any deletion.

Back-Revved ippsrvr.nlm to sp5 version and job deletion is working as
expected.

Operator can delete any job, User can only delete their jobs.

"iprintrox" <iprintrox@iprint.novell.com> wrote in message
news:448548E9.E03D.00DE.0@iprint.novell.com...
> Deleting jobs via the Printer Folder should only allow deletion of jobs by
> a
> user that where submitted by that user. Is this the behavior that use to
> work and now doesn't??
>
> Have you tried back-rev'ing the ippsrvr to see what effect that has??
>
>>>> On 6/6/2006 at 5:35 AM, in message

> <PLdhg.4626$8_3.2641@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Leslie
> Saffrey<lsaffrey@myrealbox.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and iprntnw65c
>>
>> applied.
>> Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
>> Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if I
>> backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
>> The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>> TIA



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Hi Leonard,

Thats Great.

"Leonard Holling" <lholling@microvell.com.au> wrote in message
news:Wyhig.7616$8_3.4543@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hi There
>
> Even better I got feedback from Novell already and they said the following
>
> Thank you for reporting this problem. I have run my own test and I can
> duplicate what you are seeing. This is valuable information. I am
> going to write a bug and have this investigated by engineering.
>
> Thank you again.
>
> Excellent service!
>
>
> Leonard...
>
> Leonard Holling wrote:
>> Hi Leslie
>>
>> We had the same problem and back revved it to the SP5 one and it worked
>> fine.
>>
>> I am sending an email to patchfeedback@novell.com about this!
>>
>>
>> Leonard...
>>
>> Leslie Saffrey wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> My test server is nw65sp5 with nw65nipped, nw65sp5c_ndpsm and iprntnw65c
>>> applied.
>>> Now I can't delete jobs in WindowsXPsp2 Printers and Faxes
>>> Security Level on the PA is Medium and Secure printing is enabled, if I
>>> backrev iprntnw65c I can delete jobs.
>>> The only difference found is IPPSRVR in iprntnw65c.
>>>
>>> Any ideas?
>>> TIA
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

>
>
> --
> ____________________________________________________________________
> Leonard Holling Email: <mailto:lholling@microvell.com.au>
> Systems Engineer
> Microvell Consulting Pty Ltd



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