Win 2003 TS session Will Not Log Off After Remote Printing

Posted on 2005-04-29
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I connected from home to a Win Server 2003 using Remote Desktop.

On the server I loaded some Lexmark drivers for a local printer I have at home, and then printed a test page from the server (while connected via terminal services) to my local printer at home. Everything worked great.

However, when I try to log off the server, the 'Logging Off' message window just stays and freezes. I remain connected.
Question by:scptech
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    Accepted Solution

    Maybe the issue is related to the fact of that driver was installed improporley or even because of being installed under a terminal session. Try installing it again in a normal session .

    Author Comment

    I have figured out the answer: this is a known Microsoft issue resolved by installing a service pack.
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    As i can see i will not receive any points for trying helping you out.....



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