I am Injecting x64 printers into my 2003 32bit print server.
I built a 2008 r2 (64bit duh) server with a print management role which i want to migrate all 2003 printer to once I have enabled x64 drivers on this 2003 print server.
From the 2008 r2 server i connected to the 2003 print server and was able to inject plenty of x64 bit drivers.
However, for some reason a few drivers don't want to be injected. When I go into sharing and enable the x64 option and navigate to the driver i downloaded ( I am pretty certain its x64 bit and have tried with both PCL and Universal drivers) ...
I get an error stating to install the proper driver " does not contain the driver...for the requested processor architecture"
Is there a better way to inject the drivers into the 2003 server? I have tried to create the printers from scratch on the new 2008 server by creating a new printer. but i receive an error stating the port already exist. I don't see the port listed, but I did already ran the Printer Migration Tool...any how i dont think this is the problem..
Please advise if I am taking the wrong approach by injecting the x64 drivers into the 32 bit system from the x64 bit server?
I am working on similar task, best way would be to install printers on windows 2008 cleanly....for your port in use issue....try this...
In this expert guide, you’ll learn about the components of a Modern Data Center. You will use cases for the value-added capabilities of Veeam®, including combining backup and replication for VMware disaster recovery and using replication for data center migration.
If you get continual lockouts after changing your Active Directory password, there are several possible reasons. Two of the most common are using other devices to access your email and stored passwords in the credential manager of windows.
This tutorial will walk an individual through the process of transferring the five major, necessary Active Directory Roles, commonly referred to as the FSMO roles to another domain controller.
Log onto the new domain controller with a user account t…
With the advent of Windows 10, Microsoft is pushing a Get Windows 10 icon into the notification area (system tray) of qualifying computers. There are many reasons for wanting to remove this icon. This two-part Experts Exchange video Micro Tutorial s…