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Our customer is using Bartender 9.2. I noticed a service called maestro.service.exe using appx 50% cpu steady on the server. Stopping/starting the service did not help. Any ideas on what might be causing that or how to fix?

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Still an issue? this is a consisent issue with a client and the server is amply configured.

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gpoescc,

 

Do you mean that you're having the same Printer Maestro CPU usage than described initially by tommmio?

 

If yes, let me know:

 

  • Exact BarTender Edition, Version and Service Pack in use.
  • Windows version in use.
  • Is Printer Maestro installed both on the BarTender machine and the computer where the Seagull drivers have been locally installed? On which computer is Printer Maestro showing the 50% CPU usage?
  • Is this 50% CPU usage steady, or do you see it in Spikes?
  • It would be fine as well what printer make and models are installed on the system, what printer driver (and version) you've installed for these printers. 
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Was there ever a resolution on this problem? We recently installed bartender 10.1 in a Citrix environment and printer maestro uses 50% CPU even with no printing activity at all.

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  • Go to System Configuration/ Services
  • Organize columns by manufacturer
  • Find Seagull Scientific, Inc services
  • Un-check services from running automatically at start up: Bartender and Printer Maestro
  • Click Apply and restart the computer! 
  • Remember this steps to enable your Bartender for future use.   B)

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