To prevent PopUp messages from appearing upon print job completion:
To prevent logging to EventLog:
You will have to stop and restart the
spooler from services in the Control Panel but you may wish to reboot.
If your PC is serving as a remote print server for others, you may get
plagued by popup messages about the remote print jobs that have printed. To
disable the message that others have printed using your PC,
- Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Printers.
- From the File menu, click Server Properties.
- On the Advance tab, click Notify when Remote Documents are
Printed so that it is not selected.
- Stop and restart the Spooler service from the Services portion of Control
Panel so the new setting will take effect. In Windows 2000, start and restart
the Spooler service from the Services snap-in under Administrative Tools.
Improve print spooling
RAW data mode
Print to a file
Steps to Manually Remove and
Reinstall a Printer Driver
Add Printer Panel icon to Windows NT Start Menu
Restrict the ability to add
print drivers to Administrators and Print Operators
Hide shared printer
How to Configure Printers on FPNW
to Service Pserver.nlm
Submit print jobs to wait afterhours to print
Print Server Migration Utility
NT Parallel Port
how long the port thread waits before giving up
Control printer popup messages
install a network printer only once for all users of the NT workstation
HP Web JetAdmin
Allow Print Operators
to add a printer
and Drop Printing
printer failed with message “Operation could not be completed. The RPC server is
Notified When Remote Documents Are Printed