"Unable to load client print control" SQL reporting service problem

I have problem to print in the SQL Reporting. When I click on the print control, error message "Unable to load client print control" popup. I cannot print anywhere except in the SQL reporting server. The service has been working for years till recently.
I try to manual install the RSClientprint.cab but also not work.
Please help
romeiovasuAsked:
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FLH_supportCommented:
I have same problem, have you found any solution?
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romeiovasuAuthor Commented:
I solve the problem by uninstall the recent Microsoft update. It works after the update is gone.
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csandelliCommented:
Uninstalling the Microsoft Cumulative Security Update for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB956391) and a reboot fixes the issue.

Ive done this with 4 pc's in my work environment and it has fixed the issue.

I do know this is not the correct way of fixing this issue because of removing the update that is important to the system for protection. I have read that updates are needed on the SQL server from which the reporting system is on. Im still trying to find this out.

For a quick, but not safe, fix uninstall the update above.

cheers.
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FLH_supportCommented:
If you want to get it working the right way, then install this below got it from MS support yesterday

" Download the updated ReportViewer files from:
" Microsoft Report Viewer Redistributable 2005 Service Pack 1 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=82833F27-081D-4B72-83EF-2836360A904D&displaylang=en
" Install the update on the Report and CRM " REBOOT both servers. <- This is a very important step.
" Now go to the client machine and see if you can print the report.
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njmattCommented:
FYI
SQL Server 2005 SP3 fixes this!! YAY
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