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Print Job Status

Updated: January 8, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

This is preliminary documentation and subject to change.

A print job is a file that contains data to be printed.

Events

Event ID Source Message

305

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The jobs in the print queue for printer %1 were deleted. No user action is required.

307

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1, %2 owned by %3 on %4 was printed on %5 through port %6. Size in bytes: %7. Pages printed: %8. No user action is required.

308

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1, %2 owned by %3 was paused on %4. This document will not print until the document owner resumes the print job. No user action is required.

309

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1, %2 owned by %3 was resumed on %4. No user action is required.

310

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1, %2 owned by %3 was deleted on %4. No user action is required.

311

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

An administrator moved document %1, %2 owned by %3 to position %4 on %5. This changes when the document will print. No user action is required.

314

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1, %2 owned by %3 timed out while printing on %4. The spooler waited for %5 milliseconds and no data was received.

350

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

Document %1 failed to print and was deleted because of corruption in the spooled file. The associated driver is: %2. Try printing the document again.

352

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The priority of document %1, %2 owned by %3 was changed to %4 on %5. Windows prints the document with the highest priority number before other print jobs with lower priority numbers. Documents that are currently printing are unaffected by changes in priority. No user action is required.

353

Microsoft-Windows-PrintSpooler

The document failed to print because the user did not have the necessary privileges.

Related Management Information

Print Queue

Printing Infrastructure

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