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SYS:\ndps\3FAF7ECB.PSM

Hello,

i have a lot of directory's under the \\fs03\SYS\ndps\3FAF7ECB.PSM
directory. In the there is a hole directory structure. I think it have
something to to white print spooling but i an not sure.

Does someone know whate this directory does ??

Thanx Dave
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dsimons@pantein.nl wrote:

>\\fs03\SYS\ndps\3FAF7ECB.PSM


This is typically the directory of an NDPs Manager. Below this directory
you will have a subdirectory for each pritner which used use to
temporarily store the print jobs for spooling.

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Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.6)
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If all of those directories are named with the extension *.PA, then they'll
match up one-for-one with your printers. That's where the jobs will sit
until the print spooling process sends them along to the printers.

> Hello,
>
> i have a lot of directory's under the \\fs03\SYS\ndps\3FAF7ECB.PSM
> directory. In the there is a hole directory structure. I think it have
> something to to white print spooling but i an not sure.
>
> Does someone know whate this directory does ??
>
> Thanx Dave


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