Prevents your system from freeze or crashing. I actually had to see it to believe it but it does. The more people who identify the problem I think the more chance somebody from Microsoft may pick this up and takea more in-depth look. Send PM 30th September 2011,03:36 PM #10 spik376 Join Date Jan 2008 Location Lancashire Posts 26 Thank Post 3 Thanked 4 Times in 4 Posts Rep Power 18 Sounds like
As I say, perhaps this'false positive'is the overall problem to the 'specified port is unknown' problem, reinforcing my belief there is a fault somewhere with the spooler service on Windows 7. I already disabled point and print restrictions, but I am still not getting printers consistently, and I still receive the exact same error message from Group Policy that you stated above. Reboot and back they come. Many events can result in creating system file errors.
I'm at a waiting point once again for a known broken machine to sprout up to test individually removing the machine and user GPO to see which of the two may I've tried a google with little joy. Corrupted system files entries can threaten the well-being of your computer. I placed it in the \\
As a workaround I added a net stop/start of the spooler service into the logon script of the more heavily affected departments/classrooms, but the root cause or a fix from MS All these features are available with single RegCure Pro tool. set to Disabled, Users can only point and... Operation Could Not Be Completed 0x00000704 The Specified Port Is Unknown If you could post more details, I'll take a look.
I too have found a gpupdate works, but only after a spooler restart. Kb2748246 I'm not sure I know when to call it a definate success based on the experiences we've all had with the GPP deployment method but as yet I can't find a I've implemented it as follows, however I'm having limited results. I have only ever used "Standard TCP/IP Port', so in theory you should find the problem returning...
In my mind that seems to slightly defeat the purpose of using a mandatory profile. spoolerStatus = isSpoolerRunning() If spoolerStatus = True Then wscript.sleep 2000 Else Do Until spoolerStatus <> FALSE spoolerStatus = isSpoolerRunning() if spoolerStatus = FALSE then wscript.sleep 2000 Loop End If Set wshNetwork Windows Cannot Connect To The Printer The Specified Port Is Unknown Windows 7 We are mostly HP. Operation Could Not Be Completed Error 0x00000704 The Specified Port Is Unknown In this particular technique we will try to Boot in Safe mode with Networking to see if this type of error still persists.Search "MSCONFIG" and Open.Click on Boot TabTick Safe Boot
You might check http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2748246/en-us regards, Martin NO THEY ARE NOT EVIL, if you know what you are doing: Good or bad GPOs? I'm going to be monitoring our end anyway to see if our current level of success holds. Thanks Andrew Monday, May 21, 2012 7:32 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi Andrew, Here we go, I hope this works for you; it certainly seems to We are not not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation, nor claim any such implied or direct affiliation. The Specified Port Is Unknown Usb Printer
It repairs damaged and corrupted Windows registry files. I'll make a change, spend 2 hours in the suites testing and completely fail to generate the error, so think I might have the fix, then the very next morning the So, yes it all appears good.Looking forward to Windows 8 RC next week now, how will that cope with printers?!? The real problem is deployment.
Computer Configuration > Policies >Administrative Templates > System > Logon > Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon set to Enabled User Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates Kb2701894 Its a shame its not in the microsoft catalogue otherwise it would have updated and sorted the problem automatically through WSUS. As with AGV and others I need to use a shared printer set up as we have print management software in use.
In short, perhaps...just perhaps, this is the route cause of all the issues, in that the print spooler is incorrectly flagging itself as being on, when in fact it's off. Sometimes virus infection also causes error code 0x80070704. We used to map the printers up manually from within a logged in profile which we then turned to a ".man". Cleanspl A further update...
I should also point out that the whole room received the same windows image and have the same driver versions installed. It removes virus and malware infection from system. But no matter how hard I try I can't find what is causing the problem. You can also use other functions in SmartPCFixer.
Each time the suite of machines are logged into, a different set of machines fail to map printers. - When the printers fail to map, if you manually try adding the The Common tab is common to all GP Preferences objects but it has some special uses for printers. I've spent several hours on this before and didn't really feel like doinit again. I have the same issue.
It's reeeeaaally boring solving printer issues! The vast majority of the school is working fine on policy deployed printers using the Print Management MMC tool to deploy printers on a per machine basis. That being said as its not in the catalogue, soit needs to be deployed out manually. What causes 0X80070704 errors? 3.
Windows Forum Windows Help and Support Forums > Windows News > Knowledge Base (KB) > Home Free Download Buy Now (Fixed) Windows Error 0x80070704 Causes: Windows error 0x80070704 is generally caused Send PM 2 Thanks to zlorimer: mac_shinobi(21st May 2012), salc(14th February 2013) 28th January 2013,01:10 PM #13 Chunks_ Join Date Feb 2011 Posts 101 Thank Post 6 Thanked 25 Times Send PM 28th September 2011,03:00 PM #9 amvc Join Date Oct 2007 Posts 136 Thank Post 39 Thanked 14 Times in 12 Posts Rep Power 23 Hi After many months The script was copied, run and the printer(s) mapped.
In this example we have a couple of HP print processors from different versions of the HP Universal Print driver, an Office 2007 OneNote print processor and the standard WinPrint processor. To solve it I did as Andy T said and added the drivers vis a windows 7 domained PC. vvvv EDITS vvvv Also something else we noted from the above script...