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iPrint 4.16 and DCOM errors (Win XP SP2)

Has anyone else had errors like these using iPrint 4.16 and XP SP2? Users
can print fine, but their logs are filling up with this entry. Also,
adding the drivers locally and pointing XP to the printer's IP address
works without creating errors. Only when adding from iPrint. iPrint 4.28
and the two req'd Windows patches don't seem to help.

Thanks
Andrew


EventID: 10009
Source: DCOM
Type: Error

DCOM was unable to communicate with computer "ipp://our IP of iPrint
server" using any of the configured protocols.


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iPrint 4.16 and DCOM errors (Win XP SP2)

I wasn't sure what DCOM was, so I did a google search and found this...
http://www.updatexp.com/dcom-windows-xp.html

So question is, is it really needed. I can say I haven't seen these
errors before...


> Has anyone else had errors like these using iPrint 4.16 and XP SP2?

Users
> can print fine, but their logs are filling up with this entry. Also,
> adding the drivers locally and pointing XP to the printer's IP address
> works without creating errors. Only when adding from iPrint. iPrint

4.28
> and the two req'd Windows patches don't seem to help.
>
> Thanks
> Andrew
>
>
> EventID: 10009
> Source: DCOM
> Type: Error
>
> DCOM was unable to communicate with computer "ipp://our IP of iPrint
> server" using any of the configured protocols.
>
>


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