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Printer sharing error over LAN on Windows 8.1, Windows 10 & Windows 11

Hello friends,

I'm recently facing error 0x00000709 while sharing local printers over LAN on client PCs. The printers are working fine on host computers. The problem is happening only on Windows 8.1, Windows 10 & Windows 11 OS. Windows 7 machines are working just fine. I have total 112 computers at my work place consists of Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 & recently some new computers are freely upgraded to Windows 11. All the OS are fully up to date. I looked for a solution of the mentioned problem over the internet & found nothing. I have Xerox 5019, Epson L380 & L3110 printers. A peaceful solution would be much appreciated.

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vidhubhushan

Alakh Niranjan
had similar experience when shifted from windows NT server to 2000 servers and ADS misbehaved but as i didn't had time to troubleshoot, i shifted it to my junior's computer and he used to print it locally whatever was transferred in a particular folder.
 
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Kaniska.Saikia

Broken In
had similar experience when shifted from windows NT server to 2000 servers and ADS misbehaved but as i didn't had time to troubleshoot, i shifted it to my junior's computer and he used to print it locally whatever was transferred in a particular folder.

Well, I can't do that with 112 computers at my work place. But thank you for the reply.
 

chetansha

In the zone
Af friend of mine faced similar issues, the issue was narrowed down to some update in windows.go to your update history and see latest updates.
Uninstall them one by one.

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Kaniska.Saikia

Broken In
Af friend of mine faced similar issues, the issue was narrowed down to some update in windows.go to your update history and see latest updates.
Uninstall them one by one.

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Yes. The primary reason is actually some updates. But I can't find the same updates in all the Windows versions. I'm facing the problem in Windows 8.1, 10 & 11.
 
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