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Printing Issue after Migrating to Windows 7

I just migrated to Windows 7 and have received the below issue in only SAP

I have granted all users access in the securities tab.

(12:06:17 PM) Number of processors: 4

(12:06:17 PM) Icon DLL loaded.

(12:06:17 PM)

(12:06:17 PM) Network Communication via SAP-NiLib

(12:06:17 PM) Hostname:

(12:06:17 PM) IP Address:

(12:06:17 PM)

(12:06:17 PM) SAPLPD Version 6.29 for Windows/NT (OPT) is listening

(12:06:17 PM) OS-Info: version = 6.1, build = 0/7601, text = Service Pack 1

(12:06:17 PM) Copyright © 1992-2001 SAP AG

(12:06:17 PM)

(12:06:28 PM)

(12:06:28 PM) Receive job for printer __DEFAULT (Berkeley LPD protocol / RFC1179)

(12:06:28 PM) send_status called

(12:06:28 PM) send_status called

(12:06:29 PM) send_status called

(12:06:30 PM) send_status called

(12:06:31 PM) send_status called

(12:06:31 PM) Job 00PSLhcf.PN1 for user ######### queued.

(12:06:31 PM) Start printing job 00PSLhcf.PN1 on printer HP PHOTOSMART C5200 SERIES

(12:06:31 PM) Error: Error -1 from NEWFRAME. Disk full?

(12:06:31 PM) Error: put_block failed at new_page()

(12:06:31 PM) Error: BG: saplpd_close_dc failed, msg = 808 SAPLPD:Windows Problem, siehe SAPLPD Protokoll

When I close this window, the paper will spool up in the printer like it is about to print, but never does.

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 08:27 AM

    Hello,

    try to use front-end printing (access method G). This worked fine for us. Also see note 128105 for instructions on how to set this access method.

    Please also see note 821519 for additional information on this topic.

    Kind regards,

    Jann

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