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Hello! I am trying to connect my Mac clients to our Windows Server printing system with IPP. I've had several problems along the way to this point, especially that Windows ...
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- 07-30-2010 #1
- Join Date
- Nov 2007
- Salt Lake City, UT, USA
CUPS error with Windows server IPP
I am trying to connect my Mac clients to our Windows Server printing system with IPP. I've had several problems along the way to this point, especially that Windows IPP doesn't automatically listen on port 631. On my Mac client (OSX 10.6.3), I've been using CUPSadmin atCode:
I have encountered a situation though where no matter what I try, either withCode:
Printer does not support IPP/1.1, trying IPP/1.0...
printer-state-message="Unable to get job 33 attributes (Client: (404) Not Possible)!"
My environment consists of Mac 10.6.3 clients, Windows Server 2008 SP2 printer that does SMB,LPD, and IPP via IIS. Everyone is on the same network and I've opened up all firewall ports between my test clients and my server. My printers are networked and shared from the Windows Server, and have been in production for over a year. I am in a position where I need to offer printer queue access for our wireless users on their personal computers, and I would prefer to only open up port 80 instead of 515 and 80 (LPD and IPP clients).
I've done a packet capture of a working XP machine and also on the troublesome Mac, and so far I can't see much of a difference except that the Windows client has an extra couple HTTP/1.1 200 OK packets at the end that the Mac does not.