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iPrint driver issue

Hi,

Many network printers are installed on the same computer by iPrint. Each
printer is different (mark, model) and each printer is configured with its
own driver.
But, sometimes (more and more often now) each printer ends up using the
same driver. So we can't print on these printers anymore.

This bug appear only when the printers are installed with iPrint. With
traditionnal NDPS way, we don't have any problem.


Regards

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: iPrint driver issue

What does "can't print" mean?? Have you tried troubleshooting the iPrint
client?? (TID 10064594) This should give you an idea as to what the
client is doing and the problems it is having...


>>> On 6/6/2006 at 7:34 AM, in message

<mvfhg.4707$8_3.2277@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>,
<maurice.tadang@nospam.axens.net> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Many network printers are installed on the same computer by iPrint. Each
>
> printer is different (mark, model) and each printer is configured with
> its
> own driver.
> But, sometimes (more and more often now) each printer ends up using the
> same driver. So we can't print on these printers anymore.
>
> This bug appear only when the printers are installed with iPrint. With
> traditionnal NDPS way, we don't have any problem.
>
>
> Regards

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