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Print Migration Port Import Status

Updated: November 30, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Print migration port import status relates to importing printer ports by using either the Printer Migration Wizard or the Printbrm.exe command-line tool.

Events

Event ID Source Message

21

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore print queue %1 because port %2 is unknown. Printbrm.exe will attempt to restore the print queue on port FILE: instead. This can occur if the backup file contains incomplete data about the port, or if the port or port settings are incompatible with the version of Windows installed on the destination computer. Recreate the affected port on the destination computer and then change the print queue to use the new port.

22

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) successfully installed printer queue %1 on port FILE:. No user action is required.

23

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore printer queue %1 on port FILE:. Error %2. This can occur if the backup file contains incomplete data about the port, or if the port or port settings are incompatible with the version of Windows installed on the destination computer. Recreate the affected port on the destination computer.

40

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) could not convert Line Printer Remote (LPR) port %1 to a standard TCP/IP printer port. Cannot get device settings. Error %2. This can occur if the LPR port was incorrectly configured. Manually create a standard TCP/IP printer port for the printer.

41

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore the Line Printer Remote (LPR) printer port %1 because the length of the port name is too long. len >= MAX_PORTNAME_LEN: Error %2. This can occur if the backup file contains incomplete data about the port, or if the port or port settings are incompatible with the version of Windows installed on the destination computer. Recreate the affected port on the destination computer.

42

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Port %1 already exists. Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) will skip restoring this port. No user action is required.

43

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) port install status: %1. No user action is required.

72

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

The device %1 %2 supports more than one port. Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) will convert the first port on the device from a Line Printer Remote (LPR) port to a standard TCP/IP port. The port on the device might need to be reconfigured.

73

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore the Line Printer Remote (LPR) port %1 because the LPR port monitor is not installed on the destination computer. Install the LPR port monitor on the destination computer.

74

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore the Line Printer Remote (LPR) port %1 while restoring print queues from a previously created backup file. Error code: %2. This can occur if the backup file contains incomplete data about the port, or if the port or port settings are incompatible with the version of Windows installed on the destination computer. Recreate the affected port on the destination computer.

75

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore the standard TCP/IP printer port %1. Error: %2. This can occur if the backup file contains incomplete data about the port, or if the port or port settings are incompatible with the version of Windows installed on the destination computer. Recreate the affected port on the destination computer.

80

Microsoft-Windows-PrintBRM

Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to restore the standard TCP/IP printer port %2 because the length of the host IP address %1 is too long to be restored on operating systems older than Windows Vista.

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