Setting a Network Printer to a Print Server, CRTDEVPRT

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Hi,I need to CRTDEVPRT a network printer in AS/400. This *LAN printer is connected to a Server and I don't wish to vary on the device all the time so I need to create a permanent on device everytime the AS/400 subsystem is up.I managed to create one device description but somehow everytime after I print 1 spoolfile out, the device is locked (*EXCLRD) and the printer light will keep on flashing. Can someone help me with this problem? Will be very appreciate it. Thank you.
ASKED: November 24, 2005  7:11 AM
UPDATED: November 20, 2009  8:31 AM

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I would suggest that you goto the IBM website and start looking for your printer information. Creating/setting up printers on the AS400 can become tricky if you don’t provide the right information.
What is the make and model of your printer?

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  • TomLiotta
    It would be a lot easier to suggest changes if you showed us what you did. There's no way we can be expected to find incorrect attributes of a device description if the description is withheld from us. Tom
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