Printer Driver Install - "the Printer Driver Is Not Configured Properly To Allow Client Connections" 追蹤
I have a customer with 33 Zebra Z4M printers.
They have them installed on a Windows 2003 server. I need to migrate them to a 2008 64-bit server.
The most consistent way I've found to migrate printers from 2003 32-bit to 2008 64-bit is to create one printer on the 2008 server with that same driver name. Then when running the export/import utility in Print Management, those printers will install with the 64-bit driver... as long as the name is the same.
With the Seagull 7.3.5 driver (7.3.3 works the same way), I go to install the printer but during the install in Print Management, it pops up this message...
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Interactive services dialog detection
A program can't display a message on your desktop
The program may need information or permission to complete a task.
Options to select:
Show me the message
Remind me in a few minutes.
I choose "Show me the message"
and a dialog box says
"The printer driver is not configured properly to allow client connections.
You may either try again to connect, or disable network features, blah blah blah..."
If I hit Retry, it seems to install correctly, but for some odd reason it disconnects my Remote Desktop session. When I reconnect, I see the successful install message.
I could live with it if it were one printer but this happens for every Zebra Z4M printer during the import.
Any way around this? Is there a security setting in the 2008 server causing this?