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    Microsoft Fixit For Printing

    Link: Microsoft Fixit for Printing - Ask the Performance Team - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

    Download Link: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9662904

    ...This Fixit package consists of two modes: Light and Full. Light will make changes to the spooler that should not require your end user to make any changes, while the Full mode will restore the print spooler to defaults and will require a complete reinstall of your print drivers and printers. Think of the Light version as something you can run on any system (print server, terminal server, normal client system) as a first troubleshooting step, and the Full version as something to reserve for systems that get their printers and print drivers pushed down from Print Servers (via Group Policy and Point and Print). Letís cover the key part of the previous statement again Ė do not run the Full version on a Print Server as it will delete all the printers. Basically, it puts your Print Environment back to the way it was when the OS was installed...

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