I have been assembling a list of the printers that routinely go into
offline mode on the server.
So far I have the following printers:
HP LaserJet pro 400M401n Canon MF 8280C UFRII HP LaserJet
HL-2230 HP LaserJet P2055 HP Color LaserJet P2605 HP LaserJet 600 m601 HP
In testing I have setup a dedicated server and been Loading teh actual
drivers for those printers on the server and re-directing users to that
server only to test if the drivers are stable, and if there is an
improvement. FOr the most part I haven ot seen ay changes. After a few
print jobs, the printer goes "Offline" on the server and print jobs pile up
never being spooled to the client side. I have turned off Bi-directional
support and Advanced printing options when I can but Again I have not
noticed a difference. This issue has me completely stumped. There has to
be an underlying cause, but I have been unable to find it and am not sure
where to look either right now.
On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 10:56 AM, Jason CitrixADmin <jasoncitrix@xxxxxxxxx>
I have come across more users that experience this same issue and they are
printing wit the HP laserJet P2035. However I have a large customer base
and this issue seems fairly isolated so I am not sure if being on a 64bit
machine is the only criteria. While it seems top ONLY be happening on 64
bit machines I am wondering if there is an additional component that I have
not found yet.
On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 10:55 AM, Jason CitrixADmin <jasoncitrix@xxxxxxxxx
I have done that as well as turn off "bi-directional support" as i have
seen that help as well.
It has become quite frustrating. The primary printer that this started
with was a Canon with the UFR II drivers.
On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 10:16 AM, Jan <tinybeetle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Try turning off "Enable advanced printing features" in the desktop
printer preferences. I've found that tends to fix some of the issues.
On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 9:47 AM, Jason CitrixADmin <
I have run across an odd situation. I believe I have posted on this
before, but have come up with more information about it.
I have several clients that will print from within their session to the
client mapped printers and then the printer will go "Offline" on the
server. On the client machine the printer is fine, but within their
session the printer shows as offline and print jobs queue up. As soon as
the log out and back in they can print again. I have been told that it
only happens if they "print a lot" but I have not been able to find a
threshold for "lot of printing." These clients are using a variety of
printers from HP laserJets to Canon UFRII printers. They had no issues
till they upgraded their machines to 64bit machines. At one location the
users that are running 64bit machines have this issue, but the one person
with a 32 bit machine have no problem. They are running version 13 of the
Web client on the client side, but I have in the course of trouble-shooting
tried everything from version 10.2 to the latest receiver version and saw
no difference. Is there any idea why this would start occurring after the
update to a 64 bit OS on the client side? Additionally in some cases the
users have the Universal driver and in some they are mapped to a LaserJet 4
driver and there is no difference.