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No option to upload drivers to driver store

OES 2015 sp1, SLES 11 SP4

I just installed iPrint on a new-er server. I created a print manager and driver store. When I manage the driver store, the only option I have in the store are "Driver Store Control" and "access control" I don't have any options to add drivers. Logged in as Admin.

Thoughts?

Tom
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Re: No option to upload drivers to driver store

On 19-12-17 12:44, cafetom wrote:
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> OES 2015 sp1, SLES 11 SP4
>
> I just installed iPrint on a new-er server. I created a print manager
> and driver store. When I manage the driver store, the only option I
> have in the store are "Driver Store Control" and "access control" I
> don't have any options to add drivers. Logged in as Admin.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Tom
>
>


there're some tids on the knowledge database about it that you can try

tid7005152
tid7005243
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Re: No option to upload drivers to driver store

RBS was it. Thank you so much. tid7005152 was the answer.

onfigure RBS to accommodate the new iPrint plug-in which includes Windows 7 support:
Go to iManager / Configure / Role based Services / RBS configuration / click RBS 2 object link / Property Book tab / Manage Driver Store / Actions / Page List.
Note: These steps must be done for each RBS Configuration.
Move the "drivers" page from "Available" to "Assigned".
Similarly, go to the Manage Printer Property Book tab and move the "drivers" and "job hold" pages to "Assigned".
Restart Tomcat
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