I have a print server set-up with multiple printers.
All my Xerox printers when pushed out via group policy work fine on my Windows 7 machines.
All my other printers when pushed out via group policy do not allow me to print.
There is no error. The print job simply does not show up.
It is not until I browse to the printer UNC path on the end user machine, right-click and choose connect does the print driver load and then I can print to the printer.
On the print server, all printers that do not allow me to print to them from the Windows 7 end user machines have the Additional Drivers on the Sharing Tab greyed out.
What do I have to do so all printers can be print from?
Make sure that the drivers match the computers or provide a 32 bit and 64 bit version driver and do them individually. Somthing that often gets overlooked is the OS version but it can be a pain when it
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