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uploading drivers - 1060004h error

Production server running iPrint manager and broker. When uploading a
new driver I get an error within imanager:

Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
NDPS library error category: 1969994h
Other error: FFFFFc50h

iManager is running on a different server in a different tree.

I can run use this same imanager to upload the same driver to a test
tree/server, so I figure its not the iManger install thats at fault.

Both test and production iPrint servers have IPX bound (seen mention of
IPX being a problem in other threads). Both are running nw65sp5, with
iprintnw65sp5d. I have verified all the iPrint modules are from sp5d.
I have seen mention iprntnwpcsp12c.exe fixing this issue but its not
for nw65sp5.

Any ideas please?

Regards
IanB

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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

OK - fixed it myself, but I'm not happy.

Other threads regarding the 1060004h spoke about rights issues. It
would appear that adding public with RWCEFM rights to the xfer
directory fixed my problem.

As a rule I check/remove these rights after service packing the server
because allowing public write rights seems a bit risky. I used to add
back in our topmost OU.

Any other suggestions on what the most secure rights might be - just
admin with full rights or does the whole tree (and maybe public!) need
these rights?

Regards
IanB



ibelton wrote:
> Production server running iPrint manager and broker. When uploading a
> new driver I get an error within imanager:
>
> Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
> NDPS library error category: 1969994h
> Other error: FFFFFc50h
>
> iManager is running on a different server in a different tree.
>
> I can run use this same imanager to upload the same driver to a test
> tree/server, so I figure its not the iManger install thats at fault.
>
> Both test and production iPrint servers have IPX bound (seen mention of
> IPX being a problem in other threads). Both are running nw65sp5, with
> iprintnw65sp5d. I have verified all the iPrint modules are from sp5d.
> I have seen mention iprntnwpcsp12c.exe fixing this issue but its not
> for nw65sp5.
>
> Any ideas please?
>
> Regards
> IanB


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

I think just RF rights for public is enough. Can anyone confirm?

Regards
IanB


ibelton wrote:
> OK - fixed it myself, but I'm not happy.
>
> Other threads regarding the 1060004h spoke about rights issues. It
> would appear that adding public with RWCEFM rights to the xfer
> directory fixed my problem.
>
> As a rule I check/remove these rights after service packing the server
> because allowing public write rights seems a bit risky. I used to add
> back in our topmost OU.
>
> Any other suggestions on what the most secure rights might be - just
> admin with full rights or does the whole tree (and maybe public!) need
> these rights?
>
> Regards
> IanB
>
>
>
> ibelton wrote:
> > Production server running iPrint manager and broker. When uploading a
> > new driver I get an error within imanager:
> >
> > Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
> > NDPS library error category: 1969994h
> > Other error: FFFFFc50h
> >
> > iManager is running on a different server in a different tree.
> >
> > I can run use this same imanager to upload the same driver to a test
> > tree/server, so I figure its not the iManger install thats at fault.
> >
> > Both test and production iPrint servers have IPX bound (seen mention of
> > IPX being a problem in other threads). Both are running nw65sp5, with
> > iprintnw65sp5d. I have verified all the iPrint modules are from sp5d.
> > I have seen mention iprntnwpcsp12c.exe fixing this issue but its not
> > for nw65sp5.
> >
> > Any ideas please?
> >
> > Regards
> > IanB


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

Well I have the same problem as you. I checked the same folder and the
rights were already set the way that allowed yours to work. However, Mine
still doesn't work!


> I think just RF rights for public is enough. Can anyone confirm?
>
> Regards
> IanB
>
>
> ibelton wrote:
> > OK - fixed it myself, but I'm not happy.
> >
> > Other threads regarding the 1060004h spoke about rights issues. It
> > would appear that adding public with RWCEFM rights to the xfer
> > directory fixed my problem.
> >
> > As a rule I check/remove these rights after service packing the server
> > because allowing public write rights seems a bit risky. I used to add
> > back in our topmost OU.
> >
> > Any other suggestions on what the most secure rights might be - just
> > admin with full rights or does the whole tree (and maybe public!) need
> > these rights?
> >
> > Regards
> > IanB
> >
> >
> >
> > ibelton wrote:
> > > Production server running iPrint manager and broker. When uploading a
> > > new driver I get an error within imanager:
> > >
> > > Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
> > > NDPS library error category: 1969994h
> > > Other error: FFFFFc50h
> > >
> > > iManager is running on a different server in a different tree.
> > >
> > > I can run use this same imanager to upload the same driver to a test
> > > tree/server, so I figure its not the iManger install thats at fault.
> > >
> > > Both test and production iPrint servers have IPX bound (seen mention of
> > > IPX being a problem in other threads). Both are running nw65sp5, with
> > > iprintnw65sp5d. I have verified all the iPrint modules are from sp5d.
> > > I have seen mention iprntnwpcsp12c.exe fixing this issue but its not
> > > for nw65sp5.
> > >
> > > Any ideas please?
> > >
> > > Regards
> > > IanB

>


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

Suggest you clarify OS and service pack level.

Have you searched for other threads relating to this error - there were
a few when I looked and other people found other solutions for the same
error code.

Regards
IanB


gwcisco@yahoo.com wrote:
> Well I have the same problem as you. I checked the same folder and the
> rights were already set the way that allowed yours to work. However, Mine
> still doesn't work!
>
>
> > I think just RF rights for public is enough. Can anyone confirm?
> >
> > Regards
> > IanB
> >
> >
> > ibelton wrote:
> > > OK - fixed it myself, but I'm not happy.
> > >
> > > Other threads regarding the 1060004h spoke about rights issues. It
> > > would appear that adding public with RWCEFM rights to the xfer
> > > directory fixed my problem.
> > >
> > > As a rule I check/remove these rights after service packing the server
> > > because allowing public write rights seems a bit risky. I used to add
> > > back in our topmost OU.
> > >
> > > Any other suggestions on what the most secure rights might be - just
> > > admin with full rights or does the whole tree (and maybe public!) need
> > > these rights?
> > >
> > > Regards
> > > IanB
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ibelton wrote:
> > > > Production server running iPrint manager and broker. When uploading a
> > > > new driver I get an error within imanager:
> > > >
> > > > Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
> > > > NDPS library error category: 1969994h
> > > > Other error: FFFFFc50h
> > > >
> > > > iManager is running on a different server in a different tree.
> > > >
> > > > I can run use this same imanager to upload the same driver to a test
> > > > tree/server, so I figure its not the iManger install thats at fault.
> > > >
> > > > Both test and production iPrint servers have IPX bound (seen mention of
> > > > IPX being a problem in other threads). Both are running nw65sp5, with
> > > > iprintnw65sp5d. I have verified all the iPrint modules are from sp5d.
> > > > I have seen mention iprntnwpcsp12c.exe fixing this issue but its not
> > > > for nw65sp5.
> > > >
> > > > Any ideas please?
> > > >
> > > > Regards
> > > > IanB

> >


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error


Hi,

What's that xfer directory you are referring too? I only have a
XFER_TMP folder, would that be it?

Cheers,

W


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

On the iPrint server - sys:ndps\xfer.

PS my problem seems to have come back - just looking at the rights
again....

Cheerz
IanB


wiboman wrote:
> Hi,
>
> What's that xfer directory you are referring too? I only have a
> XFER_TMP folder, would that be it?
>
> Cheers,
>
> W
>
>
> --
> wiboman


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

My problem is still with me.

I have tried loading imanager on the server running the iPrint service
(its the old imanager 2.0.2).

Get an similar error:

Exception saving resource print drivers configuration
Standard I/O Error:
Other Error: 1h

when I try to apply my driver upload.

To recap if I use imanager 2.0.2 from a 2nd tree I get the same error
as above.

If I use imanager 2.5.20051102 from a 3rd tree I get the 1060004h
error.

HELP!!!

Cheerz
IanB



ibelton wrote:
> PS my problem seems to have come back - just looking at the rights
> again....
>
> Cheerz
> IanB


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error


I don't get it. Obviously the XFER folder is important t the ndps/iprint
process. However, I cannot find it anywhere... Could this be the reason
for my errors?

Cheers.

Wibo Lammerts
RTL Nederland - Systems Engineering
RTL4 | RTL5 | RTL7 | RTLFM
'RTL.NL' (http://www.rtl.nl)


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

What problems are you having? Have you started a separate thread?

Cheerz
IanB


wiboman wrote:

> I don't get it. Obviously the XFER folder is important t the ndps/iprint
> process. However, I cannot find it anywhere... Could this be the reason
> for my errors?
>
> Cheers.
>
> Wibo Lammerts
> RTL Nederland - Systems Engineering
> RTL4 | RTL5 | RTL7 | RTLFM
> 'RTL.NL' (http://www.rtl.nl)
>
>
> --
> wiboman


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Re: uploading drivers - 1060004h error

Imanager v2.5.20050414 seems to have resolved this issue for me, AFTER
I installed the latest iPrint management plugins (v2.0.3.20060418)
which over came the 'Failed to update the database. An internal error
occurred.'

Regards
IanB




ibelton wrote:

> What problems are you having? Have you started a separate thread?
>
> Cheerz
> IanB
>
>
> wiboman wrote:
>
> > I don't get it. Obviously the XFER folder is important t the ndps/iprint
> > process. However, I cannot find it anywhere... Could this be the reason
> > for my errors?
> >
> > Cheers.
> >
> > Wibo Lammerts
> > RTL Nederland - Systems Engineering
> > RTL4 | RTL5 | RTL7 | RTLFM
> > 'RTL.NL' (http://www.rtl.nl)
> >
> >
> > --
> > wiboman


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