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Document Failed To Print

We are running Netware on SUSE 11, and IPrint for printing and are also using PCounter to monitor/limit printing. After rebooting the Novell Server this morning everyone trying to print gets the message "Novell IPrint Client document failed to print".

Are there services that need to be started after rebooting the server?
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Re: Document Failed To Print

Found solution to problem. Had to start print manager using IManager. Is there a way to start PrintManager automatically when server restarted?
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Re: Document Failed To Print

On Tue, 03 Dec 2013 18:16:02 GMT, jdeans
<jdeans@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

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>Found solution to problem. Had to start print manager using IManager. Is
>there a way to start PrintManager automatically when server restarted?


Netware doesn't run on SUSE, so I assume this is actually OES? If so,
take a look at the chkconfig command.
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