Remote printing problem with HP Laserjet

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We have 2 HP Laserjet 2430TN printers configured as 'Remote Printers' on the AS/400. The 1st one was configured early in 2006 and is working perfect. The 2nd one was recently deployed. In our best efforts the 2nd printer was supposed to memic the 1st printer (except for the name & ip address). Now, here's the problem. Whenever anything is printed to the 2nd printer (regardless of the number of pages) a 1 page report with the system name, user profile, and IP address is printed. As you can imagine this can waste a lot of paper. I would really appreciated some help on this topic. Thank You, Douglas L McDuffie

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make sure that job separators = 0 in output queue description

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  • Netserver
    Check parameters on "chgoutq" cmd, Job separators=0 & Print Separator Page=*no
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  • SHhand
    Try this: stop the writer, change outq command parameter SEPPAGE to *NO. chgoutq outq(xxxx) seppage(*no).
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