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AD DS Printer Publishing

Updated: January 8, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

This is preliminary documentation and subject to change.

You can publish printer information to Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) so that users can search for printers by location or other attributes. Publishing a printer creates a PrintQueue object in AD DS as a child of the print server computer account.

Events

Event ID Source Message

322

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, Windows failed to publish property %1 at %2. Error: %3

323

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not create or update the print queue because Windows failed to bind to container: %1. Error: %2. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

325

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to remove the printer from the Active Directory directory service, Windows failed to delete print queue %1 at %2. Error: %3

326

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not create or update the print queue under container %1. Error: %2. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

327

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not create print queue %1 under container %2 because Mandatory properties could not be set. Error: %3. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

328

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not find the appropriate print queue container because the primary domain query failed. Error: %1. This can occur if Domain Name System (DNS) cannot resolve the domain controller IP address, or if the domain controller or directory service is not functioning correctly. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

329

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not find the appropriate print queue container because the Domain Name System (DNS) domain name could not be retrieved. Error: %1. This can occur if DNS cannot resolve the domain controller IP address, or if the domain controller or directory service is not functioning correctly. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

331

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler could not find the appropriate print queue container on domain %1. Error: %2. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

332

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The printer was successfully published to the Active Directory directory service. The print queue %1 was successfully created in container %2. No user action is required.

333

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to publish the printer to the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler failed to create or update print queue %1 in container %2. Error: %3. The printer is not published in Active Directory and cannot be located by searching Active Directory.

334

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The printer was successfully removed from the Active Directory directory service. Print queue %1 was successfully deleted from container %2. The printer can no longer be located by searching Active Directory. No user action is required.

335

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

While attempting to remove the printer from the Active Directory directory service, the print spooler failed to delete print queue %1 from container %2. Error: %3

336

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Print queue %1 was successfully updated in the Active Directory directory service container %2. No user action is required.

337

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print queue could not be found on domain %1. It may have been deleted from the Active Directory directory service. Windows will attempt to republish the print queue. Error: %2

338

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Printer %1 was successfully removed from the Active Directory directory service. The printer can no longer be located by searching Active Directory. No user action is required.

342

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print spooler removed print queue %1 from the Active Directory directory service because it does not have a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) name or server name listed. No user action is required.

343

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print spooler was unable to connect to print queue %1 based on the information published in the Active Directory. Error %2. No user action is required. If this print queue continues to be unreachable it may be removed from Active Directory.

344

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print spooler removed print queue %1 from the Active Directory directory service. No user action is required.

345

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print spooler removed print queue %1 from the Active Directory directory service because it is a duplicate of another print queue. No user action is required.

346

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The print spooler removed print queue %1 from the Active Directory directory service. No user action is required.

347

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Print queue %1 could not be deleted (pruned) from the Active Directory directory service. Error: %2. The spooler will periodically try to remove the entry until it is successful. Continued failures may indicate an Active Directory problem, a basic network problem, or a communication problem between the domain controller and the print server.

Related Management Information

Print Queue

Printing Infrastructure

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