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Printer security information for the printer Acrobat PDFWriter/TPAD/Session 1 could not be set.
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Check ME294429 to see how Win2k and Win2k3 Terminal Services redirects a client computer's local printer ports.
Printers that use ports that do not begin with COM, LPT, or USB are not redirected in a remote desktop or Terminal Services session. See ME302361 for information on this issue.
As per Microsoft: "When a client logs on, the Windows 2000-based server checks the name of the printer driver on the client and looks for the same printer driver name in the Windows 2000 Ntprint.inf file. If the name of the driver is not found, the error messages are logged and the printer is not redirected.". Installing Service Pack 2 should solve the problem. See ME239088 for details.
I installed Service Pack 2 and still received the error. Modifying the registry as outlined in ME239088 did however correct the error.
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