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    What is happening?

    If I remember correctly there's a program that will allow me to check exactly what files/registry location are being accessed. Can anyone remind me what this is?

    This is further to my Spool problem. I'm thinking if I can monitor what areas are being accessed I can compare the two files for the different user types and hopefully see what's going on.

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    Procmon!

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    Process monitor and Regmon ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ict_support View Post
    Process monitor and Regmon ?
    Used to be filemon and regmon, but they were replaced with ProcMon

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    Sysinternals Tools are good.
    Think this could be the ideal one: Process Monitor

    Sysinternal: Windows Sysinternals: Documentation, downloads and additional resources

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    What is happening?

    Thanks. I'll check those out!

    I'm clueless as to what could be going on with this printing but hopefully this will shed some light. Is there anything in particular I can do to filter it down, or have I got to sort the wheat from the chaff?



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