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comment BINLSVC warning in event log - netclass.inf parsing Manufacture
Once I realized that BINLSVC is part of the WDS Service, it made a lot more sense. This error is driver specific and does not affect the deployment process. The problem I was having related to the intel driver not loading from the $oem$ location. I had to copy it into the i386 folder with everything else.
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comment Purge print driver cache on windows 7 with powershell script
It's actually Explorer.exe which has the file locked. You can kill the process (which kills the windows interface) delete the file, and then relaunch explorer to bring back the windows interface. It's not a good experience for the end user if all of their windows suddenly disappear.
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comment Logon/Logoff scripts running when disconnected from domain controller
Do you know of any mechanisms to cache the scripts on the local machine?
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comment Purge print driver cache on windows 7 with powershell script
I'd like a solution that doesn't require a reboot which is difficult to do in the middle of the day. While it is trivial to perform the action after work hours, I'd like to find a better way.
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comment Purge print driver cache on windows 7 with powershell script
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clarified need.
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comment Purge print driver cache on windows 7 with powershell script
I do have a scripting solution since it is easy to perform the workaround. I was hoping for something that didn't rely on a delete file command. What I am looking for is a different way of clearing the print drivers. Preferably one that can allow the print spooler service to remain on. Since it locks the affected files, you can't delete them with file explorer unless you restart the computer to release the files.
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comment “CREATOR OWNER” NTFS group always has special permissions in windows
With both your and @JamesRyan explaining this, I now understand what is going on: The basic GUI will only show permissions that apply to "this folder, subfolder, and files". Since CREATOR OWNER can't apply to an actual object, it will always be a special permission since it can't apply to "this folder".