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GPO Printer Deploy Fails on XP

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Printer assignment is not deploying through GPO on XP client from a Windows Server 2008 DC. I have client side extensions installed (KB943729)
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by:Loki555
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Hello,
we deploy Printers with GPO in our Windows 2008 R2 AD, most Clients are WinXP SP3.
The GPO has to be Computer based not User based.
Greetings
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by:Stevenscs2
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Same here. Any other ideas? Also, I have drivers on the print server for both 32 and 64 bit.
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I checked it, before we deployed the printers we had to deploy a file from MS it´s called pushprinter.exe or pushprinterconnections.exe
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