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|Source: Group Policy Printers|
The user '<user>' preference item in the '<object>' Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code '0x800706ba The RPC server is unavailable.' This error was suppressed.
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Error 0x80070709 = The printer name is invalid. Microsoft has confirmed a bug. See ME2787598.
Error code 0x80070bcb - According to ME2618460, this event may be logged due to Point and Print Restrictions. See the article on how to configure the Point and Print Restrictions policy to Disabled.
Received this error intermittently. When I tried to install the driver manually (from the share), received error "Operation failed with error 0x0000007e." Ended up being related to a Windows 7/2008 R2 bug resolved by ME982728 hotfix.
The error code listed in the event description should provide a good start for troubleshooting this event:
- Error code 0x800706ba = The RPC server is unavailable - Usually indicates a network problem (including the TCP/IP settings of the local computer)
- Error code 0x80070547 = Configuration information could not be read from the domain controller, either because the machine is unavailable, or access has been denied. - As the error description says, this may be related to permissions problem.
- Error code 0x8007007e = The specified module could not be found.
- Error code 0x80070005 = Access denied
- Error code 0x80004005 = Unspecified error
- Error code 0x80070057 = The parameter is incorrect.
- Error code 0x80070050 = The file exists.
- Error code 0x80070524 = The specified account already exists.
I have had this problem so far with Active Directory Environment with server 2008 that supports both XP and Vista. The Vista are both 32 and 64 bit version while XP is only 32bit.
I was using Group Policy Preferences to map the printers. All but one failed and thus the event id.
Group policy preference settings as well as sharing permissions were ok.
The x86 drivers were not installed. After installing the drivers for 32 bit OS I restarted the spooler.
The client was then able to have that printer mapped.
Recreated the same situation on 2003 Active Directory Environment but used printer logon script to map the printer and had the same issue.
Error code 0x80070005 - Access is denied - In our case Windows 2003 SP 2 Active Directory Citrix Terminal services we had two policies for mapping drives which applied on same domain group. One was linked to OU ZZZ in which users resided (logon script) and second was linked to OU CCC in which were Terminal servers objects (GPP Map Drives). We did apply loopback processing policy - MERGE on CCC OU. In GPP map drives we created a group policy preference item Drive Maps which mapped drive V:\ server\sharename in user security context.
Our users could not get drive V: after login and when we looked in Application Event Log on server we saw a warning with event ID 4009.
We discovered that the logon policy was applied after GPP Drive Maps policy (With RSOP tool) and in Logon policy in the first line was entry:
net use * /del /yes
So the GPP Drive Maps policy applied well but after the Logon policy deleted all mapped drives and created new one without drive V: of course.
So, first we changed the logon policy to delete only specified mapped drives (e.g. net use g: /del /yes_ and after that everything went fine.
Error code 0x80070002 = The system cannot find the file specified. - Found on a Windows 2008 Server using Group Policy preferences. The Copy/Replace preference for the user was referencing a non-existent file.
Error code 0x8007007e - We encountered the problem in a Citrix environment where a user wasn't able to see e specific printer in his printer list (HP LaserJet P3005). It should have been assigned by GPO like the other three printers. What helped was to remove the HP 3005 PCL 6 Driver from the TS (not from the printserver) and reconnect the printer (so it downloads and installs the driver automatically). We restarted the Print Spooler service and the problem was fixed.
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