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citrix printing and cmc console display

Posted on 2011-03-09
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hello,

When I look in the citrix management console> print management>drivers ,when I select a driver it is only appearing on a small portion of the servers ("the selected drivers are installed on these servers "window) however,   have it installed on all as confirmed in the printer server properties, drivers tab on the OS level. I tried rebooting the servers that do not display, and also tried using the 'dsmaint recreatelhc' but no luck . Is this just a bug in the cmc console, or are these drivers not "visible " to the citrix print services?
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Any ideas?
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Try right clicking the server and print manager in the console and select update printer and driver innformation. do this on each server then check.
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That seems to have done it, thanks
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