n recent week or so I have started having problems where users will not see their local printers mapped at logon. When they go to print they only see ones that we only have installed on the Citrix servers themselves. To try and remedy this I will restart the printer spooler which does not complete because CPSVC will get stuck in stopping status. I have to use pskill to stop CPSVC and then restart both services.
I have been doing some digging though post on here and have come across alot of others that seemed to have this issue. However it usually seemed as though they were having problems with the known issue of CPSVC having a memory leak. We are not having this problem though as I never see the service get above 50 megs at any given time.
We are currently using PS 4.0 on Server 2003. We are also not forcing UPD to be used as we need the specific functionalities of certain drivers. I am also quite often getting events 1103 & 1106 in the event logs.
Also it does look as though client printers are being properly deleted after their session has ended.
Sounds like Printer Driver issues. I'd do a farm wide cleanup of all Drivers on the servers. Then do a environment inventory - get a list of every printer, install the latest supported Citrix or Terminal
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