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Steven Gordon

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Since: Jan 27, 2004
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 5:31 pm
Post subject: Printing via Terminal Services-hangs
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My client has a Windows 2000 Server computer running
Terminal Services. One employee (off-site) uses Terminal
Services (over the Internet) to connect and needs to be
able to print locally (back to a directly connected
printer on the client). They connect perfectly, the
remote printer is shown properly on the server
but "sometimes" when printing the job goes to
status "spooling" then status "blank" and nothing
happens. We must manually delete the print job.

After playing with the drivers I can sometimes make the
printing work properly for awhile. Then, it seems that
when the remote user logs off and subsequently logs back
in, the jobs will not longer print. The printer shows up
properly, however, the job stalls out after
status "spooling" again. The printer is a HP Laserjet
1300 and I have tried using the 1300, 1200 and 1150 print
drivers - all return the same results.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Matthew Harris [MVP]

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Since: Aug 28, 2003
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(Msg. 2) Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 7:50 pm
Post subject: Printing via Terminal Services-hangs [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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I would try using an HP LaserJet 4, or the HP LaserJet II
driver and see what happens. You also might want to
reference http://www.printingsupport.com/ for more
information and possible solutions.

If I recall, HP 1300 printers were giving other people
problems in this newsgroup. You might want to chech the
archives...

-M

>-----Original Message-----
>My client has a Windows 2000 Server computer running
>Terminal Services. One employee (off-site) uses Terminal
>Services (over the Internet) to connect and needs to be
>able to print locally (back to a directly connected
>printer on the client). They connect perfectly, the
>remote printer is shown properly on the server
>but "sometimes" when printing the job goes to
>status "spooling" then status "blank" and nothing
>happens. We must manually delete the print job.
>
>After playing with the drivers I can sometimes make the
>printing work properly for awhile. Then, it seems that
>when the remote user logs off and subsequently logs back
>in, the jobs will not longer print. The printer shows up
>properly, however, the job stalls out after
>status "spooling" again. The printer is a HP Laserjet
>1300 and I have tried using the 1300, 1200 and 1150 print
>drivers - all return the same results.
>
>Any help would be appreciated.
>.
>
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Will Williams

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Since: Feb 03, 2004
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(Msg. 3) Posted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 2:58 pm
Post subject: Printing via Terminal Services-hangs [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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>-----Original Message-----
>I would try using an HP LaserJet 4, or the HP LaserJet
II
>driver and see what happens. You also might want to
>reference http://www.printingsupport.com/ for more
>information and possible solutions.
>
>If I recall, HP 1300 printers were giving other people
>problems in this newsgroup. You might want to chech the
>archives...
>
>-M
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>My client has a Windows 2000 Server computer running
>>Terminal Services. One employee (off-site) uses
Terminal
>>Services (over the Internet) to connect and needs to be
>>able to print locally (back to a directly connected
>>printer on the client). They connect perfectly, the
>>remote printer is shown properly on the server
>>but "sometimes" when printing the job goes to
>>status "spooling" then status "blank" and nothing
>>happens. We must manually delete the print job.
>>
>>After playing with the drivers I can sometimes make the
>>printing work properly for awhile. Then, it seems that
>>when the remote user logs off and subsequently logs
back
>>in, the jobs will not longer print. The printer shows
up
>>properly, however, the job stalls out after
>>status "spooling" again. The printer is a HP Laserjet
>>1300 and I have tried using the 1300, 1200 and 1150
print
>>drivers - all return the same results.
>>
>>Any help would be appreciated.
>>.
>>
>.
>You might also try to disable printer spooling on the TS
Client. Set the Advanced Tab option to "Print directly
to the printer". Hope this helps.
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