Our print server WAS a Windows Server 2003 R2 32 bit machine. We have since migrated printer shares to a new Windows Server 2003 R2 64 bit machine. All of the drivers have been installed and our 32 bit clients can print through the new server. The problem is that at least for one printer in particular, we are unable to set print defaults on the printer driver from the print server.
The goal is to be able to set print defaults so that when the printer share is added to a 32 bit client, the defaults are set correctly. Currently, I can change the 64 bit printer defaults but this has no effect on our 32 bit clients. I know there is a trick about making sure that the print driver names match but I believe ours do. I don't see this having an effect on the printer defaults carrying over. I have attached a screen shot of our print driver listing. The printer in question is the Toshiba using the PCL6 driver.
How can I configure the default printer settings for our 32 bit Windows XP workstations on the 64 bit Windows Server 2003 box?