Client Access locally attached printer(??)

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We are on V5R4. I have an end user who had been assigned a printer with an IP address with an outq of the same name. We decided to set her printer up locally, I changed her profile to reflect *WRKSTN for her print dev and left her outq as it was. I then set up an AS400 printer session via client access that uses her default printer. The problem is, she can do print screens fine but when she submits a report from the AS400 it is going to the correct outq but is in READY Status. Do I need to change her profile to reflect outq of *WRKSTN also?? Iare there anyother steps I am missing?

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Hi,

The AS400 is sending the prints to an output queue which is defined by IP address. Does the (locally defined) printer have the same IP address? I suspect that if you’ve connected it locally to the PC it doesn’t have an IP address.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • Rmason
    Hi Martin, I created a new outq and then modified the Iseries printer sesion name to match the outq....this worked. I appreciate your response.
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