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iprint problems after upg to 65sp6

iprint is running as a cluster resource. Printers in NDPS manager a"need attention". On server console, messages are "Printer agent handle: 3, could not resolve host name '10.x.x.x." printername=passthrough, no printer address resolve for 'HP3700'.

I cannot get imanager working to manage iprint... don't know where to begin..
when i open imanager and select manage printer i get this message
"com/novell/webaccess/common/Variable" and nothing happens.

I install imgr plugins, what else do i do. I guess i will post in imgr forum,,, but I need to get printers working again.

Please advise.

thanx.
haydee
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>>console, messages are "Printer agent handle: 3, could not resolve host name '10.x.x.x." printername=passthrough, no printer address resolve for 'HP3700'.

I read TID 3233501 and changed the PORT=LPR to PORT=RAW and it fixed problem (miraculously imgr is working).

On workstations it prompts to install a newer iprint client v4.26. After installing this client, it changes the view in the IE browser http://10.xx.xx.x:631/ipp. It displays a "printer location" column in middle of page. I do not have a custom map file. How do i change the view for this page? Is there a document where it explains how to modify this page?

Please advise.
thanx many.
haydee
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