I have a print server/terminal server that has 2 HP 4250's connected to it in different departments. One printer has a 10.1.1.xxx address and the other has a 10.1.0.xxx address. The last couple of days, one of the HP's has been taking on the port of the other which causes users not to be able to print. The even log shows an Event ID of 1106, which would seem to be an RDP printer error that it couldn't load in a remote session. Has anyone seen this or know what could cause a networked printer using a local TCP/IP port to grab the port for another printer?
Thank you in advance.