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Odd network printing issue

We have a Xerox printer that is shared via a print server on windows 2003 server. We have had 4 users printing to it fine for a while now. We added a new user in the group to print. Any time we install the drivers on this new user’s machine the 4 others can no longer print. Unless we do a reinstall of the drivers on all 4 of their machines. . Once that is done however the single user can no longer print to the printer. These laptops are all windows 7 with the same drivers . I am really at a stopping point now and looking  to see if anyone else has seen this. I have looked this issue up on google they had stated to disable bidirectional printing on the print que this however did not help
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Steelers4life
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SouljaCommented:
What happens if you just add the printer as a local tcp/ip port, bypassing the server?
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Steelers4lifeAuthor Commented:
It will work then. However That is not a solution they want to use here.
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David_IngledewCommented:
Under the driver...

Advanced Tab; Enabled advanced printing features unticked
Advanced Tab, Print Processor - Set to Winprint-RAW
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