Windows server + IPP

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lethall1

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Hello all.
I have a windows server 2008 R2 installed on my remote terminal (i have no phisical access to him).
And i have about 20 users in local network. They connect throught LTSP to remote desktop whithout HDD installed on PC, everything is fine, BUT
But i have problem whith printer sharing. I have six printers installed on CUPS printer server, and printers from remote terminal are conneted throught IPP CUPS server (throught Add printer-> ....->http://ip_address:631/printer_name ).
And here is the problem: i can print on this printers, but it takes several minutes from pushing "print" button, to process begin. That time user can't do anything(only who prints).
CUPS server is on Ubuntu and i can see log, whith iptables in real time. From the moment, when smb pushed print button, till these packages recive CUPS server, pass about 5-7 seconds. (Request->answer->request->answer....= about 2-3 min)
i have good internet chanel, besides i have another remote terminal (for another organization), in this datacenter, and they have the same internet provider, same server configuration and windows configuration.
Server has 6 processors and 30 Gb RAM.

For making printers print faster, i need to delete a user from windows server, and add him again. BUT! first i need to find a user that slow down printing process. That can be randomly user. Local users can not execute exe files, i have antivirus on this terminal and so on... I have no idea why that happens, but after some time, appears a random (or some) user, that slow down IPP connected printers

Any ideas?
Sorry for english. Thx.
 
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