What is 'Remote Downlevel Document '?:)'
Q: I get [@Remote Downlevel Document@] in the document name. What is this and how do I fix it?
A: This is the
'default'' name Windows gives to documents when the program or computer does not provide a document name . PaperCut logs any document name provided by the operating system. This is the same name that appears in the Windows print queue..
A: Some common reasons for receiving this message are:
* The user has printed from an old legacy MS DOS application
* Apple Mac systems printing to Windows print queues will often display this name. This is because of a limitation in the CUPS smb implementation.
* Windows workstations that have had their workstations added using a non standard printer mapping method such as:
user of the DOS command: [@net use lpt@] (remapping the LPT port to a network print queue)printer@
** or added as a local printer mapping to a new port in the format of \\server\share
A: The recommended way to map the printer is as a ''Network Printer'' pointing to the queue with the name in format [@\\server\
(:title Document ' the a document name . the printer@]