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Thread: PROBLEM - Xerox 560 Print Driver - Slow to open Properties WIN7

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    Default PROBLEM - Xerox 560 Print Driver - Slow to open Properties WIN7

    I have printer driver slowness issues on Windows 7-64bitSP1 with latest patches pushed out from a Windows 2008-R2 using group policies.

    We are running EFI Driver version 4.1 driver version 6.1.7601.17514

    It typically takes 10 seconds to edit print job properties on a Xerox 560 EX and Xerox 560 Integrated printers to change the color of a job from B/W to color.

    What is the optimal configuration for EFI print driver in a Windows 2008-R2 print server?

    HELP!

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    Hi kthieding,

    1 question ? have you got the print driver installed on a server ? my reason for asking is that if you have & you have enabled Bi Directional Comms when the the client PC's install the driver with Bi Directional on - this might explain the "hesitation" - I have seen this before.. if this is the case - configure the server printer without bi - di ( not sure that sounds right...?? ) & get the clients to retry..

    In answer to my own question - yes you are running on a 2008 Server - try turning off Bi-Di on the server & retry.. should have gone to Spec Savers...!
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    Tried to turn it off a million times. The setting wont stick.

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    to my knowledge the EFI drivers generally speaking are slow to open ... not sure theres a way of fixing that ...

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