Re: [Samba] Access denied, and other problems, trying to administer printers
- Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2017 18:00:11 +0100
- From: Marc Muehlfeld via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Access denied, and other problems, trying to administer printers
Am 06.03.2017 um 15:02 schrieb Åke Holmlund via samba:
Now we need to change some printing preferences and change one printer
driver, however I can not do any of those things any more (last time
> I did it we was running Samba 3.x...).
When I log in to a Win 7 computer as a domain administrator but when I try
to add a new driver, using the Print Management tool, I get Access Denied.
When I try to look att the printing defaults for a printer, I get a message
telling me that the printing defaults can not be shown. Same thing happens
when I try to look att det print settings for a printer.
It sounds like the problem that came up last summer, after MS updated
the Windows print spooler. For details and how to fix it in a Samba AD, see:
You can easily figure out if this is your problem: Set up a new Win7
client without applying the updates. If you can preconfigure drivers and
connect to the printers on this machine, then MS16-087 is your problem.
You can have a look at the *.admx files in C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\
on your Windows client to figure out what registry keys the two group
policies update and manually set them using a *.reg file on each machine
or by using NT4 policies. I think this should work.
If it works, please provide me the *.reg file with the settings and I
will enhance the documentation to work around this problem in non-AD
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