We were on a PS4 Enterprise 4 citrix server farm. I have been having issues recently where users launch a published desktop or app and when they go to print they recieve an error that no printer is available. I checked their printers and the correct printers show up in their citrix session. When I click on the printer that they want to use and print a test page to it from inside their citrix session they can use the printer without errors for the duration of their citrix session. This has happend just over the last few months. I just finished upgrading to Presentation Server 4.5 in hopes that would fix my issue and it did not. Here is some more details
Windows 2003 Server SP2
Citrix PS4.5 with Rollup 2 installed
4 citrix server farm
I am ok technical wise when it comes to citrix but I can't figure this out. If anyone has seen this issue please let me know what you did to help solve the problem. Also I did check and I do get 1106 errors in the event log but those seem to be correct for printers that we have on the network that the driver is not installed on the citrix servers. The drivers for most of our network printers are installed on the citrix servers
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