- You have Windows Server 2003 acting as a print server.
- You connect a Windows XP client to the print server to establish a point and print environment.
- The document you are trying to print contains double byte-characters. For example, Japanese is a language that uses double-byte characters.
Note that this issue can also happen on a Windows Server 2008 print server if the documented is printed using n-up (i.e. printing multiple pages on a single sheet of paper).
To manually copy and install the font from the server to the client:
1. On Windows Server 2003/2008, open up the Fonts folder under %systemdrive%:\Windows\, and copy the font that was used.
2. On Windows XP, open up the Fonts folder under %systemdrive%:\Windows\ and install the font that was copied from the server.
Note: If the fonts are the same name, but a different version, you will need to uninstall the existing font on the XP client machine first.
If you receive an “Access is denied” error message while trying to uninstall the font, you can work around this by dragging the existing font to the desktop. After the previous font is removed from the %systemdrive%:\Windows\Fonts folder, then you can copy over the newer font.
Raksta ID: 2512013. Pēdējo reizi pārskatīts: 2011. gada 25. apr.. Pārskatījums: 1