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Push out Printer don't work anymore


the push out of printers worked fine in the first month but now it don't.
Normaly, when I install a new workstation the iprint policy pushed out the
printers via zenworks 4.0.1 Rev.5. If I do the same thing now, only two
printers will be pushed out. Strange, that these two printers are always the
same ones. If I install a new printer to my system (NDPSM and Broker) and
edit the policy, the new printer won't be pushed out. What happend? Things
went this way with the iprint client 4.15. Client 4.16 don't change things.
Any ideas? Are there any server logs I can look at?


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