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Question on how to move a ndps manager

I have hopefully an easy question to answer. Is it possible to move an
NDPS manager and all its printer agents to a different server than what
it was created on without having to make any changes to the
desktops/printers?

All of the TIDS that I have seen so far deal moving the NDPS database to
a diffeent volume.

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Chris
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Question on how to move a ndps manager

Are your workstations using NDPS or iPrint clients? With NDPS clients, it
is enough to unload the Manager on the original server and load it on the
new server. Upon the first load, the Manager will ask you whether it
should move the database to the new server and you should answer yes.
However if you are using iPrint, things are more difficult because your
workstations will know the printers by their URLs.

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Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.3)
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Re: Question on how to move a ndps manager

> Are your workstations using NDPS or iPrint clients? With NDPS clients,
it
> is enough to unload the Manager on the original server and load it on

the
> new server. Upon the first load, the Manager will ask you whether it
> should move the database to the new server and you should answer yes.
> However if you are using iPrint, things are more difficult because your
> workstations will know the printers by their URLs.
>
> --
> Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.3)


A little late but thanks Marcel!

Chris
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