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{Resolved} - Terminal Server

Discussion in 'Archive: Windows NT/2000/XP' started by LucaBrasi1, Feb 9, 2000.

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  1. LucaBrasi1

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    On a shared printer from a NT Server I keep receiving an Event error 8775 Out of Disk space. I can print from NT server with any user I give permission to print with this printer. But when I install it on terminal server I can only print from administrator account even though the users have permission. This printer is a Deskjet 895C and connected to a Dlink printserver. I have a NT member server managing the que and is shared. I can't understand why it is not working! I just got done connecting a LJ4 with the exact print server and also connecting to terminal server and that is working fine.
     
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    I will answer my own question. I read on a website about the incompatability between HP printer drivers and NT Terminal Server. I used a Deskjet 660 driver in the place of the Deskjet 895 driver and worked and is currently printer for users on TS. Just wanted to share that in case anybody else runs into it.
     
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