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Shared printer in domain 'access denied, unable to connect'

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Server 2003 Domain.

Win XP SP3 workstation.

On this workstation 'only' anyone logging in 'besides' the administrator cannot print to shared printers on the server.

I have disjoined/rejoind TWICE. Changed computer name, Changed IP address, granted the user admin rights. flushed the DNS - still not working.

Please advise.
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Thanks for the response.

That did not fix my issue. I resolved my issue by doing a 'workaround' - installing it as a local printer and naming the port \\share\printer.

Works for me but original problem was never solved.
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Reason that its not an 'A' is because the solution does not 'solve' the problem. Rather, it works 'around' it.
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