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Cannot Set Default Printer On Terminal Server
For some reason, the > following registry key did not exist: > > HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows > NT\CurrentVersion\Windows > > It has to do with some windows update, after which certain > registry Regards, Michiel schreef: > Hi crew, > > I've tried googling for the answer, but I cannot find any references to > my problem (though many other default printer issues are When I try it at Printers and Faxes (right click printer->set default) the printer does not get 'ticked', whichever printer I choose. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? useful reference
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One option is to make the changes manually for all the users and another is to create a batch file to create the key and use it as logon script. I have checked printer rights, tried different port types etc... Thanks fore reading this. > > > > > > Regards, > > > Michiel > > > > > > schreef: > > > > > >> Hi crew, > Their local printers are mapped and the shared printers are there.
by lists · 8 years ago In reply to Default printer cannot be ... I'm out of ideas other than that, and not so sure that would work either. 0 Serrano OP Chris Shipley Sep 20, 2013 at 5:01 UTC I've "solved" Existing profiles will have not any affect. Does Server 2012 R2 not remember mapped printer defaults, or does it prefer locally added printers?
Regards, Michiel Vera Noest [MVP] schreef: > I'm glad that you were able to solve the problem, Michiel! > Do you have a KB article number about this? First on 08R2, then I thought 2012R2 would improve things. Maybe I'm missing the obvious, but > >> I have installed numerous teminal servers and this is the first > >> time this comes up! https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/933996 Maybe I'm missing the obvious, but I have > installed numerous teminal servers and this is the first time this > comes up!
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My client is getting annoyed about the time > >> it takes me to solve this so any help is appreciated. > >> > >> > >> Regards, > >> Michiel Turns out when I added a printer to the servers I forgot to set the names exactly the same. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Now comes the problem: > >> > >> When I log on (all logons via RDP) to the TS as > >> 'Administrator', I can set a default printer as expected.
First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. see here This saves the default choice. In our case, it seems like it works fine for most users, but random users have an issue with it here and there. Leave the Device value empty.
by benbrown44 · 3 years ago In reply to Default printer cannot be ... Speaking at a conference? Then you can click on the "Drivers" tab and see ALL the print drivers on your system.Depending on how many different printers you have installed, I'd remove those (or at least this page Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
Printers are set up on the dc, and mapped with KIX during the login script on the ts. I've run into this problem in a few different scenarios and it's always difficult to figure out... It would resemble one of the following:\\SERVER\PrinterShare,winspool,Ne00: or PrinterName,winspool,LPT1:The Ne00 is a network port and LPT1 a local port.
but forgot to post the solution... > >> > >> > >> Can anyone shed some light?
Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. After loosing many years of my life to this issue, I eventually just force-set defaults through GPO preferences. Choose Properties ---> Client Settings ---> Check Default to main client printer. 1 Serrano OP Chris Shipley Jun 10, 2014 at 10:58 UTC magnusnorrman - that didn't work Maybe I'm missing the obvious, but >> I have installed numerous teminal servers and this is the first >> time this comes up!
Regards, Michiel , Oct 4, 2005 #1 Advertisements Guest One of my coworkers has found the solution! After adding the "Windows" registry key as you described and a reboot I was able to select default printer again! Sign up now! One solution suggested that I log into the working profile and copy out the [device] section of the registry and then import it into the malfunctioning profile.When I tried this, I
So, if a user profile is already created and has the key missing or corrupt, replacing default ntuser.dat is not the option. If I create a user and make them part of the administrator group they still can not select a default printer so that seems to rule out a permissions problem. This has just recently became an issue and it seems to be on any new user I create. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]RandallFlagJack of All Trades 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(1 child)When you say the session is terminated, do you mean log off, or is there some sort of disconnect happening or
Login Script - Last resort If it comes out to be registry problem like key missing or incorrect value, We would need to change that for all the users. but forgot to post the solution... This will be a default profile for all accounts created from now on. 2.) Import this key to registry: [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWindows] "DebugOptions"="2048" "Documents"="" "DosPrint"="no" "load"="" "NetMessage"="no" "NullPort"="None" "Programs"="com exe bat pif Information for default printer should be set automatically when user logs on.
This fixed the same problem on a Windows Vista laptop. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Checkout the Wiki Users are encouraged to contribute to and grow our Wiki. Now comes the problem: > > >> > > >> When I log on (all logons via RDP) to the TS as > > >> 'Administrator', I can set a default
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