thanks for your quick response, meinolf,
we use hp lj 5000 with windows build in driver
ps, kyocera fs-2000 kpdl
driver, sharp mx-m450n ps vendor driver.
all printers act the same with hangups. i only use win 2008 drivers
we use them domain internal and have only standard ip ports. the fileserver
is dns server and domain controller.
i have all printer events enabled for the eventlog but there´s no error.
just 5 minutes ago i have trouble again with the hp 5000 printer.
there´s no error, just an event 10 telling me that the printout was fine but
the job is still in the queue but i can print other documents well.
"Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS]" <meiweb@(nospam)gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Hello Van,
> Any errors in the event viewer? Did you make sure to use the correct
> drivers for your printer? Which type/model do you use? Co you use only
> domain internal ip addresses/ DNS servers on the printers and also domain
> Best regards
> Meinolf Weber
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>> i got a new windows 2008 fileserver and a windows 2008 terminalserver
>> running about two weeks.
>> now i realize that the print jobs often hang up and they stay in the
>> queue. i went down the fileserver and restarted the spooler service.
>> sometimes i also have to restart the spooler on the terminalserver or
>> local clients as well. then everything works fine again.
>> this happens about 10 time a day. i have toggled the option 'print
>> to the printer' and disabled the bidirectional printing as well but
>> all that
>> was no solution.
>> any idea?
>> thanks Van