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Terminal Server Printer Redirection

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Hey EE,

Found this one this morning. I'm having a weird problem with printer redirection on our terminal server (on windows 2003).

The computer logging on redirects all of it's printers properly except one. I went to check the logs for driver issues, but the only reference was this...

Printer UPS Thermal Local 2844  in session 8 is pending deletion.

Printer UPS Thermal Local 2844  in session 8 was deleted.

These pop up twice in the logs whenever the printer logs in. It's not getting a driver issue, it's just immediately deleting it.

Has anyone ever seen something like this before?
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messages just tell you the redirected print has been deleted.
reset the print spooler

check the thread:
http://www.brianmadden.com/forums/t/14298.aspx
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