Kennel Posted February 10, 2005 Share Posted February 10, 2005 I have several users across the country using several different printers. Some of the users work in the OSX format on Macs and others are on PCs in the Windows XP environment. There are several reports that these users print out using scripted buttons. They are prompted to acknowledge the platform they are working in so the script with the proper Print Setup will be used. With the installment of Windows XP we had Print Setup failure because the Printer Driver files were different names on all of the computers. We solved that by having the users reinstall their printer driver files, but renaming them, with a common name (FMP Printer), as they installed them. All print scripts, setup for Windows, address this common printer driver file. This worked well until the latest XP upgrade. Even though the print setup is saved to a script on an XP machine the settings are lost when the script is run on the newer XP machines. Has anyone experienced the same issue? If so, is there a solution to this maddness? Everytime Windows hiccups all goes to hell in a hand basket. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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