We just installed new computers (25) in our office. All are identical. We have multiple networked printers. ALL users are complaining of the following error when printing from IE9:
An error has occurred in the script on this page.
Line : 2053
Error : Invalid procedure call or argument.
It's a crap shoot as to when and/or why the error occurs. User 1 may get the error while printing while User 2 does not - even on identical computers printing the same document to the same printer using the same driver.
I have tried the following from Microsoft:
Disabling Protected Mode
Running as Administrator
Fixing the Folders (even Tried Microsoft's Fix it For Me tool)
Usually opening the page in the 64-Bit IE allows you to print, however, I understand that there is no way to set that as default. A lot of times, they will click a link in an EMail which will open the 32-Bit IE and they will get the error.
I am using the latest and greatest drivers from ALL of the printer manufacturers. We have HP and Konica.
There has to be an easy solution for this.