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Problem with printing, I need assistance

Hello,

I have never had problems with printing before on my PC but suddenly when I click on print (as I did numerous times before), I suddenly get this:

(11:47:38) Icon DLL loaded.

(11:47:38)

(11:47:38) Network Communication via SAP-NiLib

(11:47:38) Hostname: 89374pc

(11:47:38) IP Address: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

(11:47:38)

(11:47:38) SAPLPD Version 6.29 for Windows/NT (OPT) is listening

(11:47:38) OS-Info: version = 5.1, build = 0/2600, text =

(11:47:38) Copyright © 1992-2001 SAP AG

(11:47:38)

and it suddenly stops without any reason..
I tried to log from my colegues PC (which is in same office), with my username and password and I did same as I always do, and it print without any problems. I must note that when I print any info from Notepad, Word, Excel etc from my PC it prints any document without any problems so I guess only problem is in SAP system?

Any help is appreciated and many thanks in advance for prompt replies!

Cheers;)
Sam

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  • Posted on Apr 10, 2012 at 12:42 AM

    Hello,

    Which access method are you using? I assume it's F

    You can use the new access method G for frontend printing without saplpd. See

    therefore the SAP note 821519.

    Regards,

    David

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  • Posted on Apr 09, 2012 at 08:42 AM

    Any help-suggestion is appreciated!

    All the best,

    Sam

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  • Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 10:28 AM

    Thank you all very much for help.

    Problem solved: reason why this computer couldn't print is because SAPLPD was blocked by firewall, unbealivablešŸ˜‰

    All the best,
    Sam

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