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I have customer with a server 2008 R2. I had to give the spooler directory full read/write permission to be able to use the EasyPrint function. If not the page was never printed even though the printer appeared from the client.
Everything works well after the permission setting except that I get this annoying error message on the TS:

Windows Presentation Foundation Terminal Server Print W  has encountered a problem and must be shut down.
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