Windows 2003 x64 Print Server x86 driver settings issue...

To all those running Windows print servers, I have a x64 Windows 2003
print server of which I was able to get both x64 and x86 drivers
installed on. However, when I go to print preferences for either (32
or 64 bit) to add the various print trays and to set defaults, the
settings don't stick. So if I add print trays under 32bit, it wipes
away the 64bit preferences out, and vice versa. Any of you run into
this issue? By the way, the drivers are not the HP Universal
driver...they are the non-Universal flavor for each bit architecture.
Any input would be appreciated...Thanks.

____________________________
Roderick E. Jackson
Director of Information Technology
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
1422 West Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Office: 404.872.3593 x257
Fax: 404.873.3802
rjackson@johnmarshall.edu
http://www.johnmarshall.edu

RE: Windows 2003 x64 Print Server x86 driver settingsissue...(r

Disregard...driver re-install resolved issue.

____________________________
Roderick E. Jackson
Director of Information Technology
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
1422 West Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Office: 404.872.3593 x257
Fax: 404.873.3802
rjackson@johnmarshall.edu
http://www.johnmarshall.edu

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[mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Jackson,
Roderick
Sent: Friday, August 07, 2009 9:49 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Windows 2003 x64 Print Server x86 driver
settingsissue...

To all those running Windows print servers, I have a x64 Windows 2003
print server of which I was able to get both x64 and x86 drivers
installed on. However, when I go to print preferences for either (32
or 64 bit) to add the various print trays and to set defaults, the
settings don't stick. So if I add print trays under 32bit, it wipes
away the 64bit preferences out, and vice versa. Any of you run into
this issue? By the way, the drivers are not the HP Universal
driver...they are the non-Universal flavor for each bit architecture.
Any input would be appreciated...Thanks.

____________________________
Roderick E. Jackson
Director of Information Technology
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
1422 West Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Office: 404.872.3593 x257
Fax: 404.873.3802
rjackson@johnmarshall.edu
http://www.johnmarshall.edu

____________________________
Roderick E. Jackson
Director of Information Technology
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
1422 West Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Office: 404.872.3593 x257
Fax: 404.873.3802
rjackson@johnmarshall.edu
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