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|Source: LPR Print Monitor|
The LPR print monitor failed to open a temporary file while spooling output for port "<ip address>:<printer name>". The system may be low on disk space, or the spool directory might have mistakenly been write-protected.
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The fix is to grant Change permission for Domain Users on the Spool share and Spool folder. See "JSI Tip 1798" for more information.
This issue can occur in any of the following scenarios:
- You do not have the appropriate permissions to the spool folder that is located at %SystemRoot%\System32\Spool\Printers by default.
- You added a print component such as TCP/IP printing and did not reapply the service pack that the operating system is currently running on. In this case, the spooler files are mismatched.
- The Everyone group does not have Read permissions.
See ME245033 for resolution.
To correct the problem using printer Xerox DC230, we must create a new gate LPR, call lp, case sensitive, therefore so thus will go to function.
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|Links: ME245033, JSI Tip 1798|
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