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Print spooler service stops on some Win XP SP2 machines in domain.

Posted on 2008-10-30
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Some of the Windows XP SP2 machines in my domain are losing printing services. The spooler service stops running and cannot be restarted from a domain user acct. Upon looking into the event logs I am receiving an event ID 1104 error relating to not being able to perform a filter check of group policy objects. Any ideas?
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NetAdminGuy earned 125 total points
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I believe MS may have a hotfix for this...see if this article applies..if so, you have to contact MS to get the download
http://kbalertz.com/935512/Event-logged-configure-Group-Policy-filters-Windows-Service.aspx  
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I have applied the hotfix and will monitor progress. So far, so good. The real test will be tomorrow morning.
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Hotfix worked!
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