lgamser Absent Member.
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Exception reading printer control in iManager 2.7 mobile

Hi Guys,

We have iPrint on a Netware 6.5 SP7 server and am using iManager Mobile 2.7 to manage printers.

I am running it on a Vista Machine and get the above error when trying to get to a printers page.

One thing is that I found the TID that you have to edit to get this to work by editing the imanager.bat file.

As well as Installing the NDPS with the client. now Im confused. I am trying to run this on windows vista, and NDPS libraries is not a part of the Vista Client.

What can I do.
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: Exception reading printer control in iManager 2.7 mobile

Because there is no NDPS client for Vista, you can't fully manage iPrint/NetWare from a Vista workstation.
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: Exception reading printer control in iManager 2.7 mobile

Maybe I shoulkd word things differently:
You can use iManager workstation on a Vista computer to manage iPrint/NetWare.
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lgamser Absent Member.
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Re: Exception reading printer control in iManager 2.7 mobile

Hi marcel,

thanks for the response,

"Maybe I shoulkd word things differently:
You can use iManager workstation on a Vista computer to manage iPrint/NetWare."

How can I do this then?
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: Exception reading printer control in iManager 2.7 mobile

lgamser wrote:

>You can use iManager workstation on a Vista computer to manage
>iPrint/NetWare."
>
>How can I do this then?


Sorry, when I type too fast, I make stupid mistakes.
This should have been:

You *can't* use iManager workstation on Vista ...

In essence, if you want to manage iPtrint on NetWare, the best might be to
run iManager on the NetWare server itself.

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