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Unsigned Driver Message

We have a group policy pushed through Zenworks for desktops (v4.01 and
v6.5) that has the unsigned driver setting set to "silently succeed", but
the users still get the message that they cannot install certain print
drivers via iprint because they are unsigned.

I found a microsoft article that says that this behavior is by design (MS
Article 298503), but I can't believe that this can't be overridden
somehow. I used the policy.exe to remove the policy from the workstation,
then install the iprint printer and it worked. However I would like to
make iprint printer installations more transparent to the user.

Has anybody gotten this to work transparently?
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Did you try the latest iPrint client v4.20 and see if it works


> We have a group policy pushed through Zenworks for desktops (v4.01 and
> v6.5) that has the unsigned driver setting set to "silently succeed",

but
> the users still get the message that they cannot install certain print
> drivers via iprint because they are unsigned.
>
> I found a microsoft article that says that this behavior is by design

(MS
> Article 298503), but I can't believe that this can't be overridden
> somehow. I used the policy.exe to remove the policy from the

workstation,
> then install the iprint printer and it worked. However I would like to
> make iprint printer installations more transparent to the user.
>
> Has anybody gotten this to work transparently?


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I downloaded and installed it, but it did not help the unsigned driver
problem. It did however resolve the icapture problem i was having. Any
other ideas about the unsigned driver issue?

> Did you try the latest iPrint client v4.20 and see if it works
>
>
> > We have a group policy pushed through Zenworks for desktops (v4.01

and
> > v6.5) that has the unsigned driver setting set to "silently succeed",

> but
> > the users still get the message that they cannot install certain

print
> > drivers via iprint because they are unsigned.
> >
> > I found a microsoft article that says that this behavior is by design

> (MS
> > Article 298503), but I can't believe that this can't be overridden
> > somehow. I used the policy.exe to remove the policy from the

> workstation,
> > then install the iprint printer and it worked. However I would like

to
> > make iprint printer installations more transparent to the user.
> >
> > Has anybody gotten this to work transparently?

>


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