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Win2K Adv Svr Load Balancing [Printing]

Posted on 2003-11-10
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Is it possible to configure print services to failover to a second identical Win2K Adv Svr using Network Load Balancing? NLB is configured correctly and I can connect client machines to the shared printer on the 'Virtual Server', but when I disconnect the primary server to test for failover, print jobs fail, indicating that the second server isn't picking up where the other left off. As I don't have shared disks I can't use clustering apparently. Any advice would be greatly appreciated ! Thanks.
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Have you found this article already?
How to Scale Microsoft Print Services Using WLBS
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=222085
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The article you suggested helped me solve the problem. Thanks for your assistance.
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