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Posted on 1997-06-13
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When trying to capture to a Netware print queue from a DOS prompt I have just recently started getting the error:
NWStart LPT capture returned error 0x89ff. It shows the port as being successfully captured but is not. A CAPTURE SH displays no ports captured. Netware v3.12.
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henrie earned 100 total points
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Looks like the rights to the printq aren't properly defined.
Try to log in as supervisor to know if it's a rights problem.


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This is not related to rights since 1.) I am the supervisor, and 2.) it suddenly stopped working with no changes to any rights.
It turns out I had a some problems with my C drive which scandisk detected and fixed (after posting this I found I was also not able to print from WIN95 at all.) After running scandisk my printing capability returned and the capture command problems went away.
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