I'd try first removing the Switch out of the situation, install it on one machine, print a test page, share it, connect from another computer, test it again.
Failing that, try Konica's Universal Driver available from their website.
thanks for reply
no i am not using VLAN (Virtual LAN)
One thing is, i haven't given a static IP address to the photocopier can it be a problem if yes then tell me how can i give static IP to the photocopier?? As i said i have enabled DHCP option in photocopier so it receives IP address automatically.
one more thing the PC on a network from which i m pinging the photocopier have an XP OS.
The pinging is successful but can't print.
We have a few Konica Printers on our network, and work without any problems. Just one question, are you using a VLAN? your DNS entries are different to the IP Address. The only difference we have done is given ours a Static IP address and used the PS driver instead of the PCL_6 driver as the PS driver handles PDFs better.
If you are having major issues, contact Konica, they will be happy to help.
The SIMS one is simply the entire default output from a .NET exception via Exception.Message() - Microsoft specifically warn in documentation that this should not be shown to end users. As far as I can tell, SIMS (along with most other Capita products) has almost no built-in exception handling at all, so simply outputs the .NET exceptions in raw form whenever something goes wrong.
I am D2D (no tape as we bought a mega server) but we are thinking about adding tape in possibly later.
I would never pay again for the massively expensive BE lics, DPM for education is so so cheap and works very very well so far.
Let us know how you get on as I'm very interest in moving away from BE which is so expensive compared to this product.
What’s your setup? D2D2T?
Its very nice, we migrated for 2007 without an issue so if you have any questions shoot away
If it still shows the old name then it will still be worth updating. Then the name of the marksheet owner will be correct.
question: does a person who is put on cover, via cover module gain access to the marksheets for the classes they are covering..?
if a person is brought in to do a long cover, we often give them access to the other person's SIMS account so they can do that, because sometimes we still want the original teacher's name on the reports.
otherwise, as you say the marksheets can be fairly easily recreated and the assessment operator should be told of any changes to the timetable. luckily for us, the timetabler also manages the reports set up
i did actually think that with update course memberships, the course supervisors would also get updated and the marksheet control would just pass to the right person... even though on the template screen it has the old teachers name. we get this with our reg group based marksheets, it still shows the name of the person from two years ago, when i set it up, but actually gets assigned to the current class teacher and it's their name that gets printed in the report.
PMSFL Every organisation has one of them.
ROFL! that's funny
It's more a case that I am looking for a solution where I can post a blog entry on my existing grumbledook.com site and then it will automagically become and entry in my EG blog ... rather than it being a manual job. I now have my blog posts announced on twitter via friendfeed ...
Glad you like the post. Any comments for improvements?
Maybe a little bit more of a teaser next time
Copy the first few sentences etc to give a feel for the article (and keyword boost for SEO linkback)
Nice post though
We're using WDS legacy mode on 2003 SP2 in a 2008 domain.
So RIS will still work if you Upgrade to Server 2008????
Beware of electronic submission for work. Our lot press save after opening work from a website and end up losing it as it goes in the Temporary Internet Files folder!
Highlight of my day so far, cheers SYNACK .
I have been knocking some background up of school images and just random 7 backgrounds which look good.
I will be posting a guide soon on how to do it all yourselves so watch this space