Hello, My server is windows 2008 64-bit edition (SP2). All my clients are windows XP 32-bit edition (SP3).
I use the windows server 2008 group policy (Control Panel Settings Printers) to install printers automatically to users logging on the domain. I have only network printers. The printers are added to the server through TCP/IP ports and allowed to be shared. All other machines have the printers added -via the group policy- by the address ServerName PrinterName. Windows Hd Audio Driver Windows 10. Having the synoptic above mandates having both x64 and x86 drivers for each printer model installed on the server.
Installing the x86 driver on the server used to work fine, either by being able to install it directly on the server, or by installing the printer manually on an x86 machine then updating the server drivers. My problem is that I have a printer that I cannot have its x86 drivers installed on the server. The printer is HP Deskjet 1280, connected via USB to a LinkSys PSUS4 PrintServer which is connected to the network. I have both x64 and x86 drivers downloaded from the manufacturer website. I could successfully install the printer to the server using the x64 driver.