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Posted on 2007-04-05
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Printing issues.  When a user brings up an application and trys to print from it it seems to take about 45 seconds to open the prompt to select a printer.  If you close that then to a print again it pops right up.

Tried a reboot, didnt see anything in the logs.
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hi
usuali this happens becouse you have some network connection that is wainting for response.
ex sahred folder, another network printer that no longer exists or is disconected.
hope it helps
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