this sounds like a security issue.
When the spooler is started, any pending jobs are scheduled with the spooler
security token rather than the users.
I do not see an inbox driver for the 1018 so I assume you got the driver
The first thing would be contact HP and find out if the driver is creating
temp files somewhere but this will most likely take too long and might not
check the system event log for print errors.
Verify \windows\system32\spool\printers has write access for the Everyone
You can also try opening %temp% (normally \windows\temp ) for Everyone
access but change this back if that does allow the printer to work
download filemon and regmon and find out if the driver is attempting to
create file somewhere that is failing.
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"Steve" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a Vista computer and an XP computer. Both are on a domain.
> I have an HP Laserjet 1018 printer attached and installed locally on
> the Vista computer.
> The printer is shared and is added to the XP computer.
> When printing from XP to the laserjet printer on Vista it acts like it
> goes..no errors but nothing comes out.
> However, if you restart the print spooler then the jobs start
> The printer works fine when printing from the Vista machine but not
> when you try to print from other computers on the network.
> Anyone know how to resolve this without having to restart the print
> spooler all the time?
> Drivers have been reinstalled and that does not help.
> I also tried removing the printer. Re-adding it. Sharing it again and
> re-adding it to other hosts on the network....same issue.