Lable Size Set On Windows Print Server Are Not Synchronized With Client! S’abonner

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Hello,

 

our environment:

 

Windows 2012 R2 Print server

Zebra and Intermec lable printer with latest Seagull print driver version 7.3.8

 

Our Problem is, that the lable sizes set at the print server under "proberties->advanced->standard settings" (neither new custom lable size nor edited standard sizes) are synchronized correctly with the client.

See attached files.

 

All outher settings a synchronized correctly!

 

Thanks for your help!

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Ian Cummings
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In the printer driver properties of the server install, select the "Tools" tab, click the "Driver Options" button, and from the dialog that opens select the "Network Settings" tab.  Make sure bidirectional and config sharing checkboxes are ticked and the status is "Available".  You probably also want to tick the "Share settings between all users checkbox.

 

Share settings between all users:  By default, Windows maintains a separate set of printing preferences for each user.  When this feature is enabled, all users will share the same set of printing preferences.  The Security setting will apply to printing preferences when they are shared between users.  This feature allows an administrator to configure the printing preferences for all users on the network. 
 
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William James
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I am unable to get any helpful results for the following.
If an error message says “You cannot install an additional domain controller at this time because the RID master <domain controller name> is offline.” or “You will not be able to install a writable domain controller at this time because the RID master <domain controller name> is offline. Do you want to continue?”, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base. 123 HP

If I search the KB then it only refers me back to this page?

Any help will be appriciated.

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