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HP designjet T120 on Remote Desktop (2008R2)

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T120
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)

Hi,

 

Our customers would like to print on their HP Designjet T120 through a Remote Desktop Session.

The RDS hosts are 2008 R2, and so is the print server.

 

We tried with several drivers :

 

"HP Designjet T120"

61.151.2523.200

PCL3WINXP_X64

-> doesn't print, event viewer says "Win32 error code returned by the print processor : 1411. Class does not exit.

 

"HP Universal Printing PCL 6"

61.155.1.16448

-> sends the print job but the printer says the paper is not in the correct format. Asks user to press "continue" or something like this. Then the paper gets out but totally blank. (Job sent in A4, tray filled with A4)

 

"HP Designjet Universal Print Driver HPGL2"

61.141.1813.100

-> doesn't print at all.

 

Have you any idea please ?

 

Thanks

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