Printer problems with windows 7 on a 2008 domain using GPP and scripts

Posted on 2011-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi  i have a client that is having aproblem with win7 and printers, everytime he logs on whether as a new user or a existing user he is prompted to install the driver software for the printers which are mapped using Group Policies,

Any info or questions would be helpful

Question by:YellowbusTeam
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    Expert Comment

    Log in as administrator, assuming administrator has the same printers set up.  If administrator doesn't have the printers set up, temporarily give the user local administrator rights and have them log in.  It sounds like a permissions issue.

    Accepted Solution

    We managed to resolve this issue ourselves

    thanks for the help

    Author Closing Comment

    it was resolved internally

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