Any x86 drivers and ports you do not use on the machine you should delete. Can I keep repeating that and leave the ports, drivers and forms on the destination server each time? So far, the Printer Migration Wizard has not worked at all. When I ran the file it required that I install a printer – I chose a local printer, LPT1 even though there is no printer. Here is the list of drivers from one of the x32 servers. Well, I have some printers on the source server that already have the x64 driver installed, and they match exactly the drivers on the destination server.
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Friday, March 25, 3: In Event Viewer I got quite a few 31 and 33 events.
And this seems like a fairly typical migration. As I see you pss3 got driver problems. Enable this and stop and start Print Spooler service. When I do the import on the R2 machine, as I mentioned in another post, I do get ports, drivers and forms. Tuesday, March 29, I don’t understand the results.
I’m not interested in the list of pps3 only the drivers at this point. But I also get a lot of 92 id’s.
When installing cross platform drivers, the language monitor file for the non native chipset are not copied to system Is that a trouble shooting step to get around the fact that existing x64 printers are not being installed on the R2 server? Tuesday, March 29, 1: Monday, March 28, 9: Can I keep repeating that and leave the ports, drivers and forms on the destination server each time? What am I missing? So far, the Printer Migration Wizard has not worked at all.
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How many printers have been restored at this point? Seems like I should have had, at least, the printers from the source server that had x64 drivers.
For example, there is a Toshiba PCL 6 x64 driver on the source, and on the source there is the same driver with the same name and version on the destination server.
Monday, March 28, And what is a “language monitor”?
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Marked as answer by JohnB Tuesday, March 29, Friday, March 25, 8: Monday, March 28, 5: I don’t seem to have any 0x errors. I don’t see how I’m going to be able to load drivers on the 32bit source server, from a 64bit CD.
Printer Migration Wizard – errors
The 92’s contain either error 0x or 0xd9. I called Microsoft and opened a case. Security Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer: