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JDE through Citirx/Terminal Server

gcotten

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We have a couple of users who for some reason cannot print to a printer through Citrix/Windows Terminal Server. They could print to a printer a week ago. Everytime they try to print something they get a "No Default Printer Selected". If I go into JDEdwards throught Terminal Server I am able to print to any printer I have in my Windows Printers on my workstation. They have printers mapped on their workstations, but for some reason cannot use the same settings on the Terminal Server. Help Please.
Greg
B7331, SQL 7, Terminal/Citrix Server, NT 4
 

SSAJAROFF

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Greg :

Reset their connections, delete their NT profiles and let them login again.
Be sure that your Terminal Server is on SP5 or SP6, and that your Citrix in
1.8 SP1 or higher.

Yours, Sebastian Sajaroff

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We have a couple of users who for some reason cannot print to a printer
through Citrix/Windows Terminal Server. They could print to a printer a
week ago. Everytime they try to print something they get a "No Default
Printer Selected". If I go into JDEdwards throught Terminal Server I am
able to print to any printer I have in my Windows Printers on my
workstation. They have printers mapped on their workstations, but for some
reason cannot use the same settings on the Terminal Server. Help Please.
Greg
B7331, SQL 7, Terminal/Citrix Server, NT 4


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hruhl

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We have experienced something similar recently regarding default printers
for a few Citrix users. To test the issue, I published the 'Printers' applet
and I attempted to set a default printer while logged in as the user. The
setting would not stick. I renamed the user's TSE profile and let the system
recreate it at next logon. I again attempted to set the users default
printer and the problem had disappeared.

Regards.

Herbert Ruhl
Systems Engineer

OneWorld Xe
Enterprise Server: AS/400 V4R4M0
Application Servers (2): NT 4.0 SP6
Deployment Server: NT 4.0 SP5
Terminal Servers (6): TSE 4.0 SP6, Metaframe 1.8 SP2, Load balanced

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tsebold

Member
What version of the ICA Client are you running? The new ICA client version
6.00 helped in picking up the client printers.

Terry Sebold
Manager Global Networks
tsebold@hfsw.com
630-795-5343 (w)
630-330-7933 (cell)




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We have a couple of users who for some reason cannot print to a printer
through Citrix/Windows Terminal Server. They could print to a printer a
week ago. Everytime they try to print something they get a "No Default
Printer Selected". If I go into JDEdwards throught Terminal Server I am
able to print to any printer I have in my Windows Printers on my
workstation. They have printers mapped on their workstations, but for some
reason cannot use the same settings on the Terminal Server. Help Please.
Greg
B7331, SQL 7, Terminal/Citrix Server, NT 4


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We have found that same problem when the print queue or tse drives are
full. When that happens, the print service stop and they must be restarted.



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We have a couple of users who for some reason cannot print to a printer
through Citrix/Windows Terminal Server. They could print to a printer a
week ago. Everytime they try to print something they get a "No Default
Printer Selected". If I go into JDEdwards throught Terminal Server I am
able to print to any printer I have in my Windows Printers on my
workstation. They have printers mapped on their workstations, but for some
reason cannot use the same settings on the Terminal Server. Help Please.
Greg
B7331, SQL 7, Terminal/Citrix Server, NT 4


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got_to_love_jde

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Greg,
Please let us know what you found out. I had one user out of 70 or so that one day simply stopped being able to print. never did figure it out.
TIA,
dave


NT 4.0 SP5, SQL 7.0, One World B7321 SP12.4, Citrix 1.8 (XE soon)
 
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