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Having Issues with adding printers will using AVG antiviurs, i have a log on script to add particular printers when a user is loging on. Printer Server is a Windows Server 2008 R2.
The problem is that it takes about half an hour to add the printer when AVG is runing and when its disabled its a lot faster,tried a Windows Server 2003 printer server it was alot quicker adding the printer to the machines. Any help or  comments will be much appriiciated.
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Are you using AVG Free 2011?

If yes, remove it. Details are in the link below.

http://www.lockergnome.com/blade/2010/10/05/avg-anti-virus-2011-froze-my-computer-what-has-your-experience-been/
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Thanks for the help for the help i opted to use another AV and that seemed to work fine
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