We have received several reports recently from customers who are sending large files to RPM using the Windows LPR on the following systems:
Problem: RPM Remote Print Manager® 5.x runs as the local System account by default. In some rare circumstances, it may be desirable to run RPM as a non-privileged user account. This can create permissions-related complications and file access.
Problem: During installation I get the message: An error (-5006 : 0x80004005) has occurred while running the setup
An error (-5006 : 0x80004005) has occurred while running the setup
Problem: When trying to access the Log Options dialog on a Windows Server 2003 operating system, a Server Busy message pops up
Question: On which versions of Windows does RPM run?
Problem: What are some ways of determine the IP Address of my computer?
Question: I want to utilize the broadcast printing feature in INTELLIscribe®. What are the requirements and how do you configure the Virtual Printer Port?
Question: How do I grant the Logon as a batch job privilege to my user account?
Problem: When attempting to install RPM, INTELLIscribe, or ExcelliPrint on Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003, the installation fails with a 5006:0x80004005 setup initialization error.
INTELLIscribe® installs on Windows 2000 through Windows 7 allowing you to send print jobs to printers, print servers, or any IP addressed device, anywhere in the world using TCP/IP technology.
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