Re: Unable to install the printer
From: stanley (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 22:55:26 -0700
I really need to know the service pack available.
Since the hotfix is unavailable to have immediately.
>You may need to call the toll free Microsoft Technical
Support number at
>1-800-Microsoft (642-7676) and request the following fix
which may be what
>you are running it to:
>835609 You receive an error message when you try to use
the Add Printer
>Hope this helps,
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>"stanley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> thanks for the response.
>> I have created the spooler group and all the resources
>> per the microsoft document.
>> Some drivers are getting installed but some drivers are
>> unable to install.
>> Error Message is Print processor doesn't exist.
>> actually we install 2 type of drivers.
>> only one type gets installed.
>> Since we are using MNS in place of physical disk we have
>> selected Local Quorum while configuring the spooler
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >"stanley" <email@example.com> wrote
>> >> In a 3 node Windows server 2003 cluster(without SCSI
>> >> have used Majority node set).if I install the printer
>> >> driver in a node.as the driver files are copied some
>> >> are copied in printsrv/print$/
>> >> but in between some files goes to C:\windows\system32
>> >> it gives me error.
>> >> Unable to install the printer.The print processor
>> >> exist.
>> >> is it due to to the clustering or the driver files.
>> >> its ver urgent
>> >explain how to configure printer sharing on a cluster.
>> One of the
>> >requirements is that you create a spooler resource
>> is dependent on a
>> >disk resource and a name resource.
>> >For more information, I would suggest watching the
>> webcast here:
>> >In short, you need a shared disk.