I have a problem with my printers. Le me explain my set-up first:
I have a small business server 2011 who is my print-server.
From this print-server I have deployed my printers (also with a vbscript which runs if the users log in. This just makes sure that they will be mapped as a networkprinter on the client-PCs).
When my user wants to print with this printer, it doesn't work...
When my user adds a new local printer (tcp-port which point to the IP of the printer), the client can print.
When I go to my small business server and go the printer and print a test page, it works..
I really have no idea what is wrong.. The local printer uses the same driver as the printer from the vbscript, so I guess the driver is not the problem.
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