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It's been a long time. However, I would like to encourage anyone who is having such an issue to ensure their VPN is a site-to-site setup. After switching to UBNT EdgeRouter with Site-to-Site OpenVPN, printing time is practically instantaneous.
Ok, so basically we've seen a lot of stuff so far, and I can be pretty sure to say that this issue is related to the Windows Samsung Driver. Somehow, after installing it, it possibly corrupts a shared library with the Dell drivers, causing both printers to fail at printing sometimes. Why am I sure? All the Windows computers with Dell's and Samsung's ...
Figured it out, when with option too and used the command lpadmin -u allow:all -p "+printerName This essentially clears out the CUPS access control list on both approve and deny side, thus giving me the result I want that works. Though I am curious on why this is happening in the first place.
Try set print spooler delayted start or start up manually. Reboot machine and check printers. Looks like some service\network related issues. Also verify DNS settings on machine and reset machine password in AD.
This problem can easily occur if you print to a session printer. HKEY_Current_User\Printers\Connections (session printers) vs HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Printers (local printers) Any printer installed over a network share will fall in that category. Please try again with a printer installed with a local tcp/ip ...
If you set UAC to the lowest setting does this improve the situation? To do this, Click Start, then Run Type msconfig into the run box/prompt and click OK Click the tools tab Click 'Change UAC Settings' and then click Launch Drag the slider to the bottom Ok the windows and restart the server When you migrated the task, did you recreate the task? A great way ...
In the end, the problem was SELinux! The printer wouldn't print because of some obscure ACL policies, and should I say the error reporting is very poor. What I did in the end: $ sudo setenforce 0 But if you are facing this issue too, this isn't probably the best way to do it, since it will disable lots of other (possibly useful) things. Since this is a ...
Here's the Xerox RPM installer package for the Phaser 3010 printer. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to complete the installation. You can extract the PPD file from the RPM. See what's in the RPM: # rpm -qlp Xerox-Phaser-3010_3040-1.0-28.i586.rpm /usr/lib/cups/filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/xrhr1ap /usr/lib/cups/filter/xrhr2ap /usr/lib/xrhr1acl.so ...
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