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Posted on 2006-10-31
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I am running windows server 2003 R2, this server is my file server and print server. the past week i've had to reboot the server every morning because all the network printers are offline. The print spooler services is still running, any ideas?
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Question by:larsrosberg
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can you examine your logs and see why they are dropping?
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by:larsrosberg
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nothing unusual in the log,
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by:larsrosberg
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print jobs are getting stuck in the print spool and i have to keep clearing that to keep the printers running.
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how many printers are we looking at here? have you run cleanspl.exe from the resource kit?
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