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Citrix - client printer problem

Posted on 2002-07-19
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I can't get certain printers to self create when I connect in.  Haven't had any problems with HP laserjets but the few inkjets I have tried to get to self - create won't work.  I even found a list of Citrix supported printers on the web and loaded the HP660c driver on my citrix server and on the my home pc and it STILL wouldn't self-create.  
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is the driver name of the client, the same as the driver name on the server, or did you create a driver mapping ?
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by:koden
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Sorry about the delay - been out of town for a week.
I'll be back in the office Friday to check the driver name.
later
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