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Windows 7/64 unable to print to Minolta C353 - RPC error

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Our Windows 7/64 installation has been pretty successful, with most 64-bit print drivers working well off of our 2003 SBS.

However, one user has a glitch when he tries to print to our Minolta c353 -- he gets this error:

Error: the RPC server is unavailable

He's logged into the domain with local Administrator user rights but I can't modify the RPC service settings in the RPC Service Properties window.

Also, when I log into the local box as Administrator (i.e. take the domain out of the equation), the RPC Service properties are still greyed out.

This doesn't happen with other Windows 7/64 users. How can I resolve what appears to be an RPC issue related to the 64-bit C353 server print queue?

All remarks welcome.
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Sounds like an issue with the way it was installed.

Also double check the Local admin is set correctly compared to other machines.

Cold also be a corrupted local profile.

Lastly I would try to use the  UPDPCL6Winx64  drivers.  
I have
UPDPCL6Winx64_11010EN  for a C203 and they work great


I hope this helps !

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