Print driver - asking for admin credentials

We have a Win 2012 server.  Installed the necessary 32-bit and 64-bit print drivers.  Some users keep getting messages asking for the print driver to be installed, or asking for admin creds when they try to print.  Any thoughts?    

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Haresh NikumbhSr. Tech leadCommented:
Printer is installed on Windows 2012 server or its network printer?

users are printing from server or client machine?
The driver you have installed might be of a different version.
When is the user prompted for the drivers? Are they remoting in?  They should not include their local printer in the connection attempt.
Or you can go through the event log and add the drivers for the printers listed there on user connections.

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Normal behavior. Either you deploy printers using GPOs, or you will need to pre-install drivers as an admin, or (3rd), set weaker so-called point-and-print restrictions.
Google for it, or come in again if no results found.
Please respond or finalize it, this question is growing old :)
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