Can't see my new printer on the list of printers in AD

Posted on 2008-10-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I install a new DELL 3130 on the print server running on Windows 2003 which is also a Domain Controller, I shared the printer and checked advertise on Directory, but when I try to install the printer in my desktop is not on the list of network printers I need help resolving this issue.

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Question by:narce100
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ID: 22718898
1. ensure that printer is pingable
2. on the  server on the clinet pc  run from cmd
gpupdate/force and log off and relogin


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ID: 22718901
1. ensure that printer is pingable
2. on the  server and on the clinet pc  run from cmd
gpupdate/force and log off and relogin


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