Additionally, the following information may appear in the procmon logs that are captured when you access the printer properties:
6 spoolsv.exe GetCachedDefaultDevModeAndSize + 0xd3,
7 spoolsv.exe GetPrinterW + 0x267a0,
8 spoolsv.exe YGetPrinter + 0x9f,
9 spoolsv.exe TFunction6<void * __ptr64,unsigned long,unsigned char * __ptr64,unsigned long,unsigned long *
10 spoolsv.exe RpcGetPrinter + 0x90,
- Avoid saving user preferences for the network-installed point-and-print printer connection.
- Switch to using the V4 driver for the print queue if your infrastructure allows for it.
Note To do this, the print server must be Windows Server 2012 R2 or later, and the clients must be Windows 7 or later.
Article ID: 3139469 - Last Review: May 18, 2016 - Revision: 1