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XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

Having a few issues around auto created printers. I have a Zebra Label printer with a defined user stock page size of 70mm*38mm. Whn I log into mt published application, the printer auto creates, uses the correct driver, but the stock size has reverted to default user of 101.6mm*101.6mm and is driving me mad, as my labels are only 70*30 in size so end up with a print over 3 labels and garbled text. I have installed the same Zebra driver on the server as is on the client, printing policy is set to private session printing, etc. Basic setup. Any ideas as losing hair over this.

RE: XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

Have you set the default on both the server and client to 70*30 as just installing the driver on the server will only set it to the default.

RE: XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

Yes have set these but does not retain setting.

RE: XenApp 4.5 Windows 2003

Update.... It seems to be that when you login it uses the default size for the seagull driver. This works fine on Windows 2000 PS4 but not on Xen 5.0 for windows 2003, so I think it may be a permissions issue somewhere, but tried most fixes, ie setting on spool foler, CTX_CPxxx priviledges etc and still the same, even rebuilt server and reinstalled drivers fresh.

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