RE: Error message whentrying to print in IE7
Did some more searching and testing. Did you by chance move the location of
your FAVORITES folder? I did and that is the cause of the problem when the
protected mode is on as I, too, want it. I moved the Favorites folder to my
data drive. IE7 in protected mode runs in a limited security mode. Apparently
Windows does not automatically set the sharing security properly when this
folder is moved. I had to go to my Favorites folder. Right click on
Properties then go to the Security tab. Make sure that your user ID has full
control marked. Mine did not when I checked. As soon as I set myself for Full
Control IE7 allocated the . . . TEMP\LOW folder that it needs to print. Why
IE needs the Favorites folder to print is beyond me but that is another
Hope this takes care of your problem!!
"Armin Heinlein" wrote:
> Ok, I did some more digging and found out that the problem is caused in IE7
> when the Protected Mode is turned ON. When I turned it off the problem
> disappeared. Now I can print and print preview without a problem.
> However, Protected mode was OFF and I wanted it ON. In order to solve this
> dilemma I turned the Protected Mode ON and type in the CMD mode.
> icacla V:\User\Armin\AppData\Local\Temp /setintegritylevel (OI)(CI)L
> Of course you have to type your path mentioned in the error message. Is
> still do not an error message and printing is working just fine with the
> Protected Mode turned ON.
> "vanderwest" wrote:
> > Searched and found many more posts like this. People seem to point to the
> > driver not being correct for Vista. Will need to try reinstalling my driver
> > to see what happens. Stills looks like something is not right between my 2
> > machines. The pri nter is a network printer so both machines are trying to
> > print to the same printer but only one is successful.
> > "Armin Heinlein" wrote:
> > > I am receiving an error message when I am trying to print in IE7.
> > > The message states: Cannot find
> > > 'file://V:/User/Armin/AppData/Local/Temp/Low/D888RABN.htm'. Make sure the
> > > path or Internet address is correct.
> > >
> > > When I hit ok another home page is starting up.
> > >
> > > The path exists but the file doesn't.