Event Log Errors 1106 and 1111, TermServDevices

When connecting clients over terminal service my windows 2000 server give me the repeated log errors 1106 and 1111? How could I correct it?
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ChickensaurCommented:
Without the ID description, I can't be totally sure but I believe these errors are from printers not being mapped when the user connects via terminal services.

First, the printer driver can be wrong, corrupt or not installed.  Depending on the printer the user is trying to connect, you need to either reinstall the drivers or make sure they are the right version (as in PCL5, PCL6, etc).  

Second, if the driver isn't the issue, it can be printer mapping.  Sometimes if the name is a little off between the client and the server, that can be an issue.  Even reinstalling it may not resolve this.  The instructions are a little lengthy, so here is a link.  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc775141(WS.10).aspx

Of if the user doesn't need to print at all, have the user turn that feature off by opening the RDP window and before connecting,, click Options.  In the Local Resources Tab have them uncheck Printers.
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