Sounds like a driver issue. You'll have to reach out to the manufacturer or
replace the printer.
On a side-note, this shouldn't even be an issue. I can't stress strongly
enough that users should NOT (!!!NOT!!!)
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (have I stressed it enough yet) be
running any applications on the server. Ever. For any reason. No ifs,
ands, or buts. Use a spare workstation, or set up a separate terminal
server for applications, but don't run end-user apps on a domain
....okay, off my soap box now...
"Greg O" <gregorme@newsgroup> wrote in message
> I'm managing a network that has several network printers. Everyone can
> print to these printers with no problem except from the server. There
> is only one network printer that can't be printed to from the 2k3 sbs
> server, all others work. I've tried replacing the driver, it is a
> fairly old Panasonic Multifunction dp2500, and making a new tcp port
> with no success. There is no firewall activated.
> I then thought maybe I can just connect to the shared Panasonic
> printer on another computer and print from the server that way. When I
> do this the test page leaves the server ok but for some reason it gets
> to the control panel of the Panasonic but won't actually print. If
> someone prints from the shared machine I connected to then it prints
> They need to be able to print from the server because of a particular
> application that is only on there. It seems almost impossible but it
> is as if the print is corrupted, but the driver is replaced and new.