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Printer keeps printing same doc over and over. 2008 Terminals server

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Hi.
VERRY strange problem..
Have a win 2008 R2 Terminal server.
A Win 7 Pc with and localy installed network printer.
The pc can print to printer fine.

Logging on to Terminal server, the printer gets installed (rediredted). But when printing, it prints same page until tray is empty.
To make it worse:
Installed printer localy on terminal server (as a network printer)
Printing to it loged on the terminal server as this or any user gives same problem.
Printint logged on terminal server as admin, no problem..

The user logged in on terminal server printing to another identical printer with same driver no problem...


SO: since users can print to other identilcal printers with same driver (just diffrent ip), points to faulty printer.
But, since ha prints fine to printer localy from his pc (not logged on Terminal server) via USB and network. AND admin can print loggd on terminal server, with no duplicates...


Have tried changing IP and difrent drivers (PS, PCL and simular printer types)

Printer installed by redirecting uses Easy-print driver. Localy installed on terminal server uses Hp's own driver.
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HP Laserjet Professional P1606dn
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have a look in the spooler and see if there are any stuck jobs
C:\Windows\System32\spool\PRINTERS

if you need to clear out this folder you will need to stop the Spooler service first (remember to start it again afterwards...)
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Solved!!
Gave all rights on security tab on printer to user, and it was ALL GOOD!
Thanx
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