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Old 05-12-2009
Christian Jansen
 

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Network printers on Vista with SP2
Hello!

When trying to add a network printer on Vista with service pack 2, I get the
error 0x00000022 and the installation is aborted. There are no events in the
event log. A Windows 2008 server is the print server.

On clients with SP1 it works perfectly. The problem is independent of the
printer or the printer driver.

Does anyone have the same problem or know a solution?

Best,
Christian
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Old 05-13-2009
Alan Morris [MSFT]
 

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Re: Network printers on Vista with SP2
the client won't log any events other driver installs and spooler
terminations when making a connection. This is the error

winerror 0x00000022
34 ERROR_WRONG_DISK <--> 0xc0000012 STATUS_WRONG_VOLUME


is the server x86 or x64? Have you applied SP2 to the print server?
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"Christian Jansen" <ChristianJansen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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> Hello!
>
> When trying to add a network printer on Vista with service pack 2, I get
> the
> error 0x00000022 and the installation is aborted. There are no events in
> the
> event log. A Windows 2008 server is the print server.
>
> On clients with SP1 it works perfectly. The problem is independent of the
> printer or the printer driver.
>
> Does anyone have the same problem or know a solution?
>
> Best,
> Christian



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Old 05-13-2009
Christian Jansen
 

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Re: Network printers on Vista with SP2
Hello Alan!

"Alan Morris [MSFT]" wrote:

> is the server x86 or x64? Have you applied SP2 to the print server?


Both, the server and the client are x64. Yes, the SP2 has been applied to
the print server, too.

When I install the printer driver manually on the client (via server
options, add printer driver) it is possible to add the network printer. So
there must be an error while transferring the driver from the server to the
client...

Do you know a solution? With SP1 it works perfectly...

Best,
Christian
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Old 05-13-2009
Alan Morris [MSFT]
 

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Re: Network printers on Vista with SP2
Is this for a specific printer or all printers on the server?

If it's just one printer, I have a feeling there is a portion of the printer
registry key that may be pointing to an invalid file location.

Take a look at the printer reg key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Print\Printers\"Printer
Name"
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Windows Printing Team
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"Christian Jansen" <ChristianJansen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:3EA89FB2-36B3-411E-A159-9EFAA3463C4B@microsoft.com...
> Hello Alan!
>
> "Alan Morris [MSFT]" wrote:
>
>> is the server x86 or x64? Have you applied SP2 to the print server?

>
> Both, the server and the client are x64. Yes, the SP2 has been applied to
> the print server, too.
>
> When I install the printer driver manually on the client (via server
> options, add printer driver) it is possible to add the network printer. So
> there must be an error while transferring the driver from the server to
> the
> client...
>
> Do you know a solution? With SP1 it works perfectly...
>
> Best,
> Christian



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