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I get this error on some (not all of my workstations trying to install
printers using Iprint. If I try to use NDPS on to install printers I get a
Novell error "the network address is invalid" (on some printers not all)

I have reinstalled the Iprint client and the novell client with no change.

I am using Ipriint v-4.15.00 Novell client 4.91 sp2 and Novell 6.5 sp5

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Hi,
are these workstations still able to print on any printer? I had a similar
problem.
Some of my workstations weren't able to print on any printer. If I tryed to
reinstall these printers I got the same error message.
I solved it by disconnecting these workstation from the network for a longer
time (e. g. over night).
Sounds silly but it worked. Also I found a TID with a option to make to some
apache file (sorry, but I can't remember the TID number).

Regards
Mirko


<gruecker@gisborne.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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>I get this error on some (not all of my workstations trying to install
> printers using Iprint. If I try to use NDPS on to install printers I get a
> Novell error "the network address is invalid" (on some printers not all)
>
> I have reinstalled the Iprint client and the novell client with no change.
>
> I am using Ipriint v-4.15.00 Novell client 4.91 sp2 and Novell 6.5 sp5
>
> ?
>
>



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