CITRIX PCL4 UNIVERSAL DRIVER
Local HP Printer dn. These are supposed to be user based policies, so not sure a reboot will fix it. Unfortunately, none of those pilot users have a local printer, so didn’t pick up the issue. The driver is not in the list of drivers on the server. Posted October 8, Posted March 13,
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Trying to force Universal Print Driver, but failing – Printing – Discussions
I will apply KB as you mentioned above to my server tonight. Hi Matt, I think I didn’t word my problem correctly. I have to restart the pool service and the Citrix Print Manager, but the service fails in a short time again.
These are supposed to be user based policies, so not sure a reboot will fix it. Is there any other solution to troubleshoot this. Hi Marek, Thank you for replying again. Some of the users were able to take print from Network Printer and some users were unable to print from Local printer. If the native or manufactures drivers are available on the XenApp server then the printers must map in the session correctly.
Posted September 19, You are using the Citrix UPD driver. I also tried the non-network printer option, same result. Users called and reported that both printers print out random characters too. Share this post Link pc4l post.
We use XP Embedded thin clients with plugin The driver cannot be located. The printer will not stop until they unplugged the power cable. I checked the version of Citrix universal printer driver in XeApp 6.
This is the same if the client has a HP or The following Allow conditions did not match, and the policy was excluded. If they do then there is an issue with your policy that is blocking this. Xenapp isn’t pulling in the local printer no vitrix what i do. Article Printing 3 found this helpful Created: My servers reboot at 3am every day, so i guess we’ll see what happens then, but universa, really don’t think that jniversal fix it as the policy has been in place for 6 months with a pilot group.
There should be one for almost every one of the printers you use. Posted November 29, Posted May 31, This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people.
Printers Defined on a Java Client Fail to Auto-Create when Connecting to XenApp 6.x
Follow, to receive updates on this topic. Posted April 14, Bobby, Have you tried changing “” policy to “Auto-create local non-network client printers only” and see what’s going to happen?
Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered your question. I’m also having this problem, rolled out xenapp 6. Windows Server R2.
Possible reasons for the failure: Starting from yesterday, the same type of printing error have been reported, but this time, CutePDF printer is the default printer.