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Iprint client prompt to login

Hi,

I've replace a crashed printer (iPrint) server, and now the client prompt often for authentication. The authentication work but after a reboot (or some) the login box appear and only the password is missing.

We use only one context for servers and users. Before the crash, users did'nt have to put the context, now, the users must enter the context. It seem like authentication method have change?? Maybe a rigth to a folder is missing??

I ve try 3.05 client. Not realy better

Help please ... and thanks in advance

Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

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Re: Iprint client prompt to login


> I've replace a crashed printer (iPrint) server, and now the client prompt often
> for authentication.


When you reconfigured the printers, did you set them up as Public access printers,
or Controlled access printers?

What security level did you set the printer(s) to?

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10089134.htm


John

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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9p.=20:=20Re:=20Iprint=20client=20prompt=20to?==?ISO-8859-1?Q?=20login?=

I use controlled access printer. Medium security and SSL

Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

>>> John Stoecker<jstoeckerAT@SIGNkwtennPER.IODcom> 04/19 4:39 pm >>>



> I've replace a crashed printer (iPrint) server, and now the client prompt often
> for authentication.


When you reconfigured the printers, did you set them up as Public access printers,
or Controlled access printers?

What security level did you set the printer(s) to?

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10089134.htm


John

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Re: =?iso-8859-1?Q?R=E9p.?= : Re: Iprint client prompt to login


> I use controlled access printer. Medium security and SSL


Here's a feature of iPrint I just found. You can enable an iPrint trace,
according to the TID below. So I'd try it and go until you get one (or more)
prompts to login, then examine the trace file and see if there's any clues
as to why it's prompting for the login again.

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10064594.htm

I know this isn't a fix, just a tool to try to look at the problem, so post
back with what you find.

John

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Re: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9p.=20:=20Re:=20Iprint=20client=20prompt=20?==?ISO-8859-1?Q?to=20login?=

OK,

As soon than i can trace the problem, i post you the result (the problem is intermitent).

thanks

Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

>>> John Stoecker<jstoeckerAT@SIGNkwtennPER.IODcom> 04/20 8:45 pm >>>



> I use controlled access printer. Medium security and SSL


Here's a feature of iPrint I just found. You can enable an iPrint trace,
according to the TID below. So I'd try it and go until you get one (or more)
prompts to login, then examine the trace file and see if there's any clues
as to why it's prompting for the login again.

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10064594.htm

I know this isn't a fix, just a tool to try to look at the problem, so post
back with what you find.

John

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Re: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9p.=20:=20Re:=20Iprint=20client=20prompt=20?==?ISO-8859-1?Q?to=20login?=

Here is somes errors from this morning. The last error is when i have try to print (ask for password).
____________________________________________________________________________
2004-04-26 - 08:16:58
Module: spoolsv.exe
Trace Info: myhttp.c, line 1387, thread 00000750
Routine: HTTPRecvResponse - bad HTTP status (401)
Error: HTTP 401 - Non autorisé.

2004-04-26 - 08:16:59
Module: spoolsv.exe
Trace Info: ippmain.c, line 10125, thread 00000750
Routine: IppInterpretUri - Bad URI (not HTTP, HTTPS, or IPP) - \\.\DISPLAY2
Error: HTTP - URL fourni incorrect (pas HTTP:, HTTPS: ou IPP:).

2004-04-26 - 08:16:59
Module: spoolsv.exe
Trace Info: ippmain.c, line 10125, thread 00000750
Routine: IppInterpretUri - Bad URI (not HTTP, HTTPS, or IPP) - .
Error: HTTP - URL fourni incorrect (pas HTTP:, HTTPS: ou IPP:).

2004-04-26 - 08:17:42
Module: spoolsv.exe
Trace Info: myhttp.c, line 1387, thread 00000748
Routine: HTTPRecvResponse - bad HTTP status (401)
Error: HTTP 401 - Non autorisé.

2004-04-26 - 10:38:10
Module: spoolsv.exe
Trace Info: registry.c, line 4025, thread 0000074C
Routine: GetUserPasswordCache - RegQueryValueEx failed 2
Error: Le fichier spécifié est introuvable.

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Thanks,

Benoit




Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

>>> B<brouthier@clg.qc.ca> 04/22 10:04 am >>>


OK,

As soon than i can trace the problem, i post you the result (the problem is intermitent).

thanks

Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

>>> John Stoecker<jstoeckerAT@SIGNkwtennPER.IODcom> 04/20 8:45 pm >>>



> I use controlled access printer. Medium security and SSL


Here's a feature of iPrint I just found. You can enable an iPrint trace,
according to the TID below. So I'd try it and go until you get one (or more)
prompts to login, then examine the trace file and see if there's any clues
as to why it's prompting for the login again.

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10064594.htm

I know this isn't a fix, just a tool to try to look at the problem, so post
back with what you find.

John

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Re: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9p.=20:=20Re:=20Iprint=20client=20prompt=20?==?ISO-8859-1?Q?to=20login?=

Mummm. I think im alone in that situation.... 😞



Benoit Routhier
Collège Lionel Groulx
450-430-3120 ext 843
brouthier@clg.qc.ca

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