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I just recently had this issue as well. IE frustratingly does not have a print preview emulator to mess with the CSS of the document either. What I found the issue to be was an overflow: hidden; or position: absolute in the css. This very well could be the case for you too. I would suggest doing a project wide search of overflow and position values and ...


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Uninstall all the print drivers on that pc and then run ccleaner and clean up the registry. After that reinstall the printer drive and test.


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A solution I have used in several occations, when printing from one company to another company. On the server generating til print, you make a printqueue with the driver appropriate to the printer supposed to receiving and print the print. Use a Unix print port (LPR - port)if not installed allready you have to install it on the windows server. set the port ...


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I had a similar issue and these are the steps I took: Removing the printer from the client host. Remove / reinstall / update the printer driver at the printing server, if you remove the printer, make sure you re-create it with the same name it had, so any references in its clients are not broken Re-add the printer on the client host, it will pull the ...


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When I run this it appears to be pulling the server name and printer names but is erroring on running the command -- \[print server name][printer name] Invoke-Command : Cannot evaluate parameter 'ConnectionUri' because its argument is specified as a script block and ther e is no input. A script block cannot be evaluated without input. At ...


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back in the early 2000's I worked at a company with lots of Color Laser Printers, Plotters, and other kewl print devices. We had one that was upgraded to 128 MB of ram.. Their was no speed difference that I could see. However one of the graphics designers used to print huge images(High DPI or lots of Vectors). Before the upgrade he would always complain ...


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If permissions are ok, then probably the network printer is not correctly configured in Windows for the user account which is used to run the script; try logging on to the computer using that user account, manually adding the network printer and setting it as the default printer: this should make sure everything is configured correctly. Also, while you are ...



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