Using the same printers for local and terminal server sessions

Description of the problem

You can determine whether the assignment should be for a local or for a terminal server session via the respective printer assignment in steadyPRINT Center. These settings will be assigned by default.

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Bandwidth consumption by steadyPRINT

Description of the problem

Bandwidth consumption determined for steadyPRINT Agent:
Broadcast: 94 bytes per second
Reception: 32 bytes per second

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Determination of status information takes “a long time”

Description of the problem

The information needed for the display of status information directly derives from the corresponding print server. Only if a printer failure is noticed, this error will be displayed in the steadyPRINT Agent and/or Center.

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Printers are not connected

Description of the problem

Printers are not connected and following error appears in the eventlog: “[…] Message: Could not map printers from the xml-repository. System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException: Attempting to deserialize an empty stream […]”

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Automatic inclusion of printer connections without function that are not administered by steadyPRINT

Description of the problem

It is possible for steadyPRINT Agent to automatically include all existing printer connections.

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After user login, the steadyPRINT Agent automatically appears in the foreground

Description of the problem

During installation, the installation routine enters two different autostart values to the Windows registry.

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The license volume is exhausted

Description of the problem

When PMP starts, a license message appears indicating that the allowable number of users has been exceeded even though there are enough licenses available.

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Deactivate welcome screen does not work on provisioned terminal servers

Description of the problem

When starting steadyPRINT Agent, the welcome screen appears even though it had been deactivated beforehand.

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No loss of (old) printers from previous terminal sessions

Description of the problem

Scenario: The user logs in to a terminal server and receives the printer assignments. If the user then changes the workplace he receives different printer assignments based on the computer name.

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