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  • DanaS


    New poster here ,

    I have a problem not sure if it’s new but it was thrown in to my lap to resolve and I am not having much luck.

    Here is the lowdown on it.

    Windows 2000 term serv
    Windows 2003 file and print

    After a day or less if heavy printing, users are unable to print and get an error out of disk space. After reboot users are able to print again for said day or so or less.

    Here is what I have done to or would of thought would fix it.
    Move the Print Spool to a larger volume on the terminal server.
    I have changed the environmental variables to the new volume to give the system more room. I would assume that the reboot is clearing out any temp files stored on the temp drive but I have checked to see if the current temp drive is full but has 10gig of space left.

    Note: server was built with a 4 gig system partition. I know I didn’t build it that way just is now my job to support it.

    Any thoughts or ideas to check would be greatly appreciated.


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