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Unable to add Windows XP drivers after PA migrated to New NDPM


Hi All,

It is normal when you migrate a PA from the old printer manager runs on
NW5.1 to new printer manager runs on NW6.5 with new broker as well and you
can not add Windows XP driver to the migrated PA.

The old PA running on the old broker does not have Windows XP drivers when
you migrated to the new broker and printer manager I could not add the
Windows XP drivers. Is there a way to add the Windows XP drivers for all
the migrated PA or could I use the same drivers designed for windows 2000
and use for Windows XP. I could add the drivers easily on a newly created
PA but not migrated ones.

Please advice

Thanks,

Steve
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Re: Unable to add Windows XP drivers after PA migrated to New NDPM

See the thread I started on 12/1/2005... same issues.

spham68@yahoo.com wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> It is normal when you migrate a PA from the old printer manager runs on
> NW5.1 to new printer manager runs on NW6.5 with new broker as well and you
> can not add Windows XP driver to the migrated PA.
>
> The old PA running on the old broker does not have Windows XP drivers when
> you migrated to the new broker and printer manager I could not add the
> Windows XP drivers. Is there a way to add the Windows XP drivers for all
> the migrated PA or could I use the same drivers designed for windows 2000
> and use for Windows XP. I could add the drivers easily on a newly created
> PA but not migrated ones.
>
> Please advice
>
> Thanks,
>
> Steve

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