Re: Network printers on Vista with SP2

Hello Alan!

"Alan Morris [MSFT]" wrote:

is the server x86 or x64? Have you applied SP2 to the print server?

Both, the server and the client are x64. Yes, the SP2 has been applied to
the print server, too.

When I install the printer driver manually on the client (via server
options, add printer driver) it is possible to add the network printer. So
there must be an error while transferring the driver from the server to the

Do you know a solution? With SP1 it works perfectly...


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