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Old 02-20-2004, 01:00 PM   #1
ghuber
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Samba can't remove printer driver?


Hey guys, I have a question, hope somebody can help me out. I installed Samba v2.2.8a. It's working fine, I am using it so I can host a print server. I normally add new drivers through the Windows APW. I recently got a new version of a printer driver, and now need to remove the old one completely. When I go into the "Server Properties" and click on the "Drivers" tab, the "Remove" button is grayed out - so I can't remove the old driver. The "Add", "Update", and "Properties" buttons are all functional. Anyone have any idea why this might be causing this?

Thanks,
Gary

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