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Uploading new printer driver to webconsole


I am trying to upload a new printer driver to webconsole. The driver is packed into a zip-file called

In the webconsole I choose to upload a new mobile component:

Component type: Driver Add-On

Mobile component: (the field is disabled)

Description: PIPRINTPB42_WM50_XSL_CRM_1_1_9

Version: (the field is disabled)

Build number: 01.01.09



I also browse the zip-file from local c: disk.

When I choose "Upload" I get an error saying: "The name of version of the mobile component contains invalid characters".

What does this mean?



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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 16, 2007 at 12:49 PM


    Kindly make sure there no blank characters or special characters i the name of the mobile component that you have entered. May be you can refer to note 784263. This should solve your problem.

    Best Regards


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    • Hi,

      I haven't got the old driver installed and still everything has worked properly. Up untill now we have used the PL4 printer from Intermec if you are familiar with that model.

      Unfortunately I am not able to use MSN right now because of some network restrictions, but I will try to copy the files first and see if that works! Then I will post my results here.



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