Print Manager Says Success....

  • FOG.log shows the print manager as…

     5/16/2016 8:52 AM Client-Info Client Version: 0.10.6
     5/16/2016 8:52 AM Client-Info Client OS:      Windows
     5/16/2016 8:52 AM Client-Info Server Version: 7647
     5/16/2016 8:52 AM Middleware::Response Success

    However it is not installing the printer nor the port. Found this on a Win10x64 and Win7x32 PC. Versions listed above on Ununtu 14.04.

  • Working in Server Version 7669 as well. Thanks for the help!

  • Thanks. Looks like we are good in SVN 7657.

  • Senior Developer

    @Jbob Should be corrected for in the latest. I was sending all the printers, but apparently forgot to send the Mode with the tags.

  • Senior Developer

    This would be a server side issue then; the clients aren’t receiving the correct data. @Tom-Elliott.

  • --------------------------------PrinterManager--------------------------------

    5/16/2016 8:58 PM Client-Info Client Version: 0.10.6
    5/16/2016 8:58 PM Client-Info Client OS: Windows
    5/16/2016 8:58 PM Client-Info Server Version: 7649
    5/16/2016 8:58 PM Middleware::Response Success

    I’m getting the same results, updated both the client as well as the fog install today.
    I’m running on Fedora Server 23. As a note snap-ins, host-name changer and User Tracker are all working. I tried using the path to the inf on a samba share on the same server that Fog is running on, as well as ntprint.inf (New to fog so may be doing something incorrectly.)
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    Hopefully these screenshots are useful, let me know if you would like me to provide any more information, I will be on site with the system from 1-10pm CST tomorrow.

  • We have printer installed enabled globally. Just to verify I did check the host to make sure it was enabled there as well and that printers were assigned to it.

  • Senior Developer

    That means no printers are being provided or the mode is set to off (0).

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