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iPrint Task Scheduler Incompatibility

We are having issues with newer versions of iPrint causing Windows 7 scheduled tasks to not run. I found another thread with the same issue a few months ago:

https://forums.novell.com/novell-product-discussions/file-networking-services/iprint/468500-win7-task-scheduler-crash-nipplib-dll.html

It seems a bug report should be opened, but I do not know how to do that. For now, we are installing an older version and instructing people not to update the client when they are prompted.
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Re:iPrint Task Scheduler Incompatibility

jmlester Wrote in message:

> We are having issues with newer versions of iPrint causing Windows 7
> scheduled tasks to not run. I found another thread with the same issue
> a few months ago:
>
> https://forums.novell.com/novell-product-discussions/file-networking-services/iprint/468500-win7-task-scheduler-crash-nipplib-dll.html
>
> It seems a bug report should be opened, but I do not know how to do
> that. For now, we are installing an older version and instructing
> people not to update the client when they are prompted.


Which version(s) of the iPrint Client have you tried on Windows 7?
The thread you referenced relates to version 5.90 but 5.93 was
recently released[1].

HTH.

[1] http://download.novell.com/Download?buildid=JMe1_2s1pm0~
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