I have a label printer that is set up in Windows as a Generic Text printer. I know the printer is ok because I hooked it directly into a computer with a cord and configured it that way and it works fine. I'm trying to set it up to print to a TCP/IP port on our network and the print job gets to the printer and just hangs and never goes anywhere.
Is there a Group Policy that would block something like this? The reason I ask is because this stopped working when I changed domains at this location. I removed their old domain and made them part of our main domain, which has more security and policies.
I don't think it is a rights issue as I installed this printer on our main server as the administrator and had the same issue as the XP clients. And, like I said, it works when plugged in with a cable and shared. I'm just having trouble giving it a TCP/IP port that works which I've tried on the server and the XP clients.
I also went into our little print server (the IP source) and changed IP addresses on it and still nothing.