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The client print control pops up everytime I try to print a report?

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Our users are having to install the print control active x each time they try to print a report.  I have seen this before but usually you load it one time and then it doesn't ask you to install the active x again.  Now for some reason it is asking each time.

The problem is we have users who are not admins on their machines.  We pushed installed the active x and pushed it out however when they went to print it asked them to install the SQL Server 2008 active x control again.  I am a admin on my computer and it does the same thing to me.  

Is there something that has changed or some kind of update that might address this.  The only error I see is that people can't load the active x control.  My problem is that it loads and works fine but that you have to load it everytime you print.
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