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IE11 & iPrint printer driver management

Hi,

there is a iPrint environment which runs perfect 🙂

But the management of printer drivers for Windows is a pain.
(Win10 LTSB/C with iE11)

With the newest OES2018SP1 and the delivered iManager we have a fuzzy issue:

When using IE to manage printer driver we have to configure 'no Proxy'
in IE or -when Proxy is configured- we have to remove all excludes from
the proxy config.

If we not do so we get an destroyed Webpage design, so working with that
is not possible.

Can anybody found this, too?

Or are there hints how to check?

Bernd

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Re: IE11 & iPrint printer driver management

Am 10.05.19 um 09:14 schrieb nntp-user:
> Hi,
>
> there is a iPrint environment which runs perfect 🙂
>
> But the management of printer drivers for Windows is a pain.
> (Win10 LTSB/C with iE11)
>
> With the newest OES2018SP1 and the delivered iManager we have a fuzzy
> issue:
>
> When using IE to manage printer driver we have to configure 'no Proxy'
> in IE or -when Proxy is configured- we have to remove all excludes from
> the proxy config.
>
> If we not do so we get an destroyed Webpage design, so working with that
> is not possible.


For the records:

It seems that this symptoms occur if the iManager certifikate store is
corrupt after the upgrade from OES2018 -> 2018SP1

Check server certificates, stop novell-tomcat and delete the iMKS file
(/var/opt/novell/iManager/nps/WEB-INF/iMKS)

After a restart the iManager get the new certifikate and the symptoms
above are went ... ?!?

Bernd
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